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The City of Gardner remains under a mandatory water ban. The Mass. Drought Task Force has recommended a Level 2 - Significant Drought for all of Massachusetts. Lack of precipitation, no appreciable rain noted in the forecast, and concern over very dry soi...
Gardner was awarded $248,181.82 in grant funding to purchase new self-contained breathing apparatus for every member of the Gardner Fire Department.
“There’s no question that the Gardner firefighters who show up to work each day and go ...
The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) has issued a cyanobacteria advisory for Dunn Pond in the Dunn State Park. Recreational water activities are currently prohibited at this location.
The water body is currently unsafe for people a...
GARDNER- July 30, 2020- The City of Gardner has officially launched a new grant opportunity to help small businesses who were negatively impacted by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Earlier this month, $400,000 was awarded to the City through our Community Developm...
Unfortunately due to Covid-19 concerns, all Summer bandstand concerts at Monument Park have been cancelled for the 2020 season. The Bandstand Committee would like to thank our local sponsors, volunteers, and municipal staff assistance we received for thei...
GARDNER- July 27, 2020- Gardner was awarded $100,000 for bridge construction as part of the Municipal Small Bridge and Culvert Program Grant awards.
The City is one of 27 communities to receive a total of $6.3 million. The program is a need and m...
State agriculture officials are instructing Massachusetts residents not to plant any unsolicited seeds they receive in the mail from foreign countries.
Several state residents have reported receiving “unsolicited packages that appear to have orig...
On July 6th Governor Baker signed into law Chapter 115 of the Acts of 2020. This new law allows all registered voters in Massachusetts the opportunity to vote by mail in any 2020 election.
Any voter wishing to vote by mail must complete and sign ...
Plants, flowers, herbs, eggs, fruit & vegetables, all locally grown!
The City has added two more Electric Vehicle charging stations for a total of three in the City. All EV charging stations were purchased using various grants and utility incentives and are publicly accessible.
Square Two and the City of Gardner, Department of Public Works, present the opportunity to sponsor a Downtown Banner.
Christmas Day: On Wednesday December 25, 2019 there will be no trash or recycling pickup. There will be a 1-day delay for the remainder of that week.
Click here to view the Class of 2020 Graduation Video (you will be prompted to download - it’s safe, and because of the size, is the only way to view!)
Food services for Gardner kids will run on the following schedule:
Dates of Operation:
Summer Start – Monday July 6th
Summer End – Friday August 14th
No Food Service – 8/17 – 8/21
School Start – Augus...
Summer Math for K Entering Grade 1/Grade 1 Entering Grade 2
Summer Math for Students in Grades 2-4 Entering Grades 3-5
Summer Reading for Student Entering Grade 2
Summer Reading for Student Entering Grade 3
Summer Reading for Student Entering Grade 4
Click here to check out the 2020 summer reading list for GMS!
Click here for registration!
Summer Reading Letter
Carta de lectura de verano
Summer Reading Calendar
Summer Reading Log
The Good Egg Assignments
Summer Math for Pre-K Entering K