MASTER PLAN MONDAY – April 4, 2022

The Kittredge Elementary School was built in 1949 – extended in 2010 with the addition of 4 classrooms and in 2013 with the addition of a gym.  The exterior is in good to fair condition and the interior is in fair to poor condition. It does not currently meet ADA requirements or other modern codes; the steam boilers need to be replaced with hot water and the original electrical is in poor condition.

The North Andover Middle School was built in 1953 as the high school – extended in 1962 and 1995. The exteriors and interiors are in good to fair condition. The spaces do not currently meet ADA requirements or other modern codes and need classrooms/science labs.

Do you want to learn more about Facilities Master Plan II?  
Tune in to our live call-in show on North Andover GovCam tonight (4/4) at 7pm!   
  • Email Facilities Master Plan II questions prior to or during the broadcast to
  • Call-in during the broadcast: 978-681-0184

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North Andover Complete Streets Prioritization Plan

In October 2021, the Town began working with TEC, Inc to identify possible street improvements that could improve safety and accessibility across all modes of transportation. This effort is a part of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation Complete Streets Funding Program, which provides support for street planning and funding for constructing street improvements.
TEC, Inc sought input from Town staff and the public, as well as doing field investigations of street conditions. The resulting Complete Streets Prioritization Plan details 40 high priority street improvement projects that are eligible for Complete Streets construction funding. Learn more about these projects through this interactive StoryMap:
Next, the Town will be applying for a construction grant in May to fund safety improvements at the intersections of Sutton Street, High Street, and Chadwick Street.
The Town has also been working on a Sidewalk Connectivity Plan, stay tuned for more information coming soon!
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North Andover Weekly COVID19 Cases and Data Report: March 31, 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:

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Utility Help is Available

The winter moratorium on utility shut-offs ended on April 1st.  Here's what you can do if you are behind on your bills:

  • Call your utility company and ask about payment plans, payment assistance programs, and forgiveness plans. As long as you're making scheduled payments, you're protected from shutoffs.
  • Apply for heating assistance. If your household income is 60% or less of the state median income, you're eligible for LIHEAP and can find out how to apply at

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