Updated information from the Granby Police Department
The Granby Police Department announced today that officers will be out in full force over the next few weeks in a continued effort to stop impaired driving, and promote traffic safety, in support of the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over mobilization, funded by a federal grant from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) administered through the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Highway Safety Division.
The focus of the increased patrols is to combine extra traffic enforcement, provide public information, and community outreach to reduce motor vehicle-related fatalities, injuries and economic loss. The Granby Police Department wishes everyone a safe and happy remainder of the summer and reminds everyone to celebrate responsibly.
The Granby Highway Department has closed Pleasant St. from Rte 202 to High St.. Residents in the area are allowed to travel from Rte. 202 to Hilltop Acres, and from High St. to The Children’s First School. There are detour signs in place directing traffic around the area. The road is closed due to a sink hole that has developed from a culvert that is collapsing. The Granby Highway Department will be replacing the culvert in the coming days.
The Granby Police Department, as well as police departments in the surrounding area, have been investigating a rash of car breaks in our communities. The Granby Police Department would like to remind all residents to not leave valuables in their vehicles while the vehicles are unattended and to also to roll up your windows, close your moonroofs, and lock your vehicles while they unattended. The Police Department would also like to ask residents to call the department if they see any suspicious activity in your neighborhood. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Police Department 413-467-9222.