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The Granby Police Department would like to welcome you to our web blog. The purpose of the blog is to keep you informed on current information. This Page is designed to compliment our web page. Please check back often for updates.

Granby Police Announce Youth Basketball Camp Dates

Posted by Sgt O on 22 Mar 2019 | Tagged as: general

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The Granby Police Department is now excepting applications for the 2019 Youth Basketball Camps. The 2019 Youth Basketball Camp will run Monday July 08th - Friday July 12th (for grades 6-10) and Monday July 15th - Friday July 19th (Grades 3-6) Camp sessions run 9 am to 3 pm for session 1. NOTE: Session 2 will run from 9 am to 3pm daily. 6th Graders may attend either session. Those 6th grade players who attend Session 1 can also attend Session 2 on a space available basis. For more information you can contact Officer James White by email jwhite@granbypd.org or at the police station 413-467-9222. Applications for the camp are available at the police station, or at the police department’s website www.granbypd.org , under downloads, on the homepage of the website. Grades are as of September 2019. Camp fee is $50 (Discounts for multiple family members.) No child will be denied enrollment due to financial hardship.

Parking Ban in Effect Beginning This Afternoon at 4 PM

Posted by Sgt O on 03 Mar 2019 | Tagged as: general

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There will be a Parking Ban in effect beginning this afternoon March 3rd at 4pm, until Monday the 4th at 4pm. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.

Parking Ban in Effect Tonight Beginning at 10pm

Posted by Sgt O on 01 Mar 2019 | Tagged as: general

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There will be a Parking Ban in effect beginning tonight March 1st at 10pm, until Saturday the 2nd at 4pm. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.

Parking Ban in Effect Beginning This Afternoon at 4 PM

Posted by Sgt O on 27 Feb 2019 | Tagged as: general

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The Town of Granby would like to announce that there will be a Parking Ban in effect beginning this afternoon February 27th at 4pm, until Thursday the 28th at 4pm. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.

Parking Ban in Effect Beginning This Afternoon at 4 PM

Posted by Sgt O on 20 Feb 2019 | Tagged as: general

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There will be a Parking Ban in effect beginning this afternoon February 20th at 4pm, until Thursday the 21st at 4pm. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.

Parking Ban in Effect Beginning Tonight at 8pm

Posted by Sgt O on 17 Feb 2019 | Tagged as: general

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There will be a Parking Ban in effect beginning this evening February 17th at 8pm, until Monday the 18th at 6pm. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.

Parking Ban in Effect Beginning Today at 10am

Posted by Sgt O on 12 Feb 2019 | Tagged as: general

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There will be a Parking Ban in effect beginning this morning February 12th at 10am, until Wednesday February 13th at 4pm. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.

Granby Police Department and MedicAlert Foundation to Provide Medical IDs and Services to Community Members At-Risk for Wandering

Posted by Sgt O on 06 Feb 2019 | Tagged as: general

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Parking Ban in Effect this Afternoon Beginning at 4pm

Posted by Sgt O on 29 Jan 2019 | Tagged as: general

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There will be a Parking Ban in effect beginning this afternoon January 29th at 4pm, until Wednesday January 30th at 4pm. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.

Granby Police Awarded Car Seat Grant!!

Posted by Sgt O on 22 Jan 2019 | Tagged as: general

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Press Release

January 22, 2019

Granby Police Department Awarded Child Passenger Safety Grant

Grant Will Make Car Seats Available to Residents in Need

The Granby Police Department has recently been awarded a Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Grant that will be used to purchase car seats for distribution to local families in need. The Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, Office of Grants and Research- Highway Safety Division awarded grants totaling over $190,000 to 58 local police and fire departments, non-profit agencies, and hospitals. The Granby Police Department is one of over 235 car seat inspection sites in Massachusetts, with a certified technician(s) available to ensure children’s seats are installed correctly.

Nationwide, traffic crashes are a leading cause of death for children of all ages. Properly installed car and booster seats have been proven to reduce the risk of death and injury to children involved in crashes, yet the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that nearly 60 percent of all seats are installed incorrectly.

State law requires all children riding in passenger motor vehicles to be in a federally approved child passenger restraint that is properly fastened and secured according to the manufacturer’s instructions until they are 8 years old or over 57 inches tall. When children outgrow their booster seats, they must wear a seat belt.

This grant helps us better serve families who find it difficult to afford car and booster seats to protect their children. We can also assist parents and caregivers with the proper installation of their child’s seats. If you would like to schedule an appointment for inspection to ensure your seat is properly installed in your vehicle or for installation of a new seat, please the police department at (413)467-9222.

For a full listing of organizations being awarded this grant, please visit

www.mass.gov/…/grant-award-notifications-highway-safety-div….

For a listing of car seat inspection sites statewide, please visit www.mass.gov/carseats.

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