North Andover Weekly COVID19 Cases and Data Report: May 19, 2022

This data is being supplied to help residents and businesses make informed decisions about how they protect those around them.
You can also now access your digital vaccination card here.

If you have been exposed or are a close contact, get tested: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/find-a-covid-19-test.
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Hydrant Flushing

The Town of North Andover Department of Public Works will resume hydrant flushing starting on May 23, 2022 and continuing over the next several months.  Hydrant flushing is part of the water system’s preventative maintenance program. Flushing helps to remove naturally occurring sediment from the distribution system which assists in maintaining water quality and clarity. Flushing also allows the Department of Public Works to test the hydrants for adequate flow and pressure, identify leaks in the distribution system and inspect gate valves. While most of the sediment is flushed from the pipes, a small amount will remain suspended in the water and may cause temporary discoloration of the water. When this occurs, residents are asked to run cold water at faucets and outside spigots to help alleviate the problem.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding hydrant flushing, please call North Andover Public Works at (978) 685-0950.

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Board of Health Vacancies: The Town Manager is seeking volunteers interested in serving as members of the Board of Health.

The Town Manager is seeking volunteers interested in serving as members of the Board of  Health. The Board of Health is required by state statutes and regulations to perform many important and crucial duties relative to the protection of public health, the control of disease, the  promotion of sanitary living conditions and the protection of the environment from damage and  pollution. The Board of Health generally meets on the fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00PM. 


If interested, please visit the town website at www.northandoverma.gov and click on “Boards  and Comm Info” on the left hand side of the page to complete the application. Please contact Brian LaGrassewith any questions at blagrasse@northandoverma.gov or (978) 688-9540.

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