- Public Works
If you are experiencing sewer backups or slow draining pipes please contact the DPW during normal business hours Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., for issues after hours please contact the Ludlow Police Department 413-583-8305.
Trash Payments Can Be Made in the Collectors Office or Online.
(Above Form Applies to Residents 62 and over to receive a $25 abatement on trash bill)
Compost facility will Open on April 1st for the 2023 season.
Complete Cemetery Rules and Regulations (PDF)
Overview of Rules for Flowers
- Seasonal Flower Pots Allowed
- For Mother's Day, Removed by July 1st
- Christmas Flower Pots Allowed
- December 1st, Removed by April 1st
- Flower Pots in the Flat Marker Section
- On stone markers only, not on the grass
Permanent plantings are strictly prohibited.
Sanity Sewer Overflow (SSO) Notifications
The Town of Ludlow Wastewater Division works diligently to ensure that the Town's sewage is conveyed through the sewer system to the wastewater treatment plant in Springfield. Spills or overflows of sewage into a water body are rare. If for any reason this occurs, the Town has implemented a Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) alert system in accordance with MassDEP regulations 314 CMR 16 to notify you where and when the sewage overflow occurred. This is so all citizens can be aware of the situation and take any necessary precautions. When a discharge or overflow occurs, Ludlow sends out a public advisory notification. On business days, this website will be updated within 12 hours of the notification. During weekends or holidays, this website will be updated on the next business day. You can also see a list of discharge and overflow events on the MassDEP website. This list is updated within 24 hours of when the public advisory notification is sent. View the Energy and Environmental Affairs Data Portal webpage.
The fastest way to get information is to sign up to receive public advisory notifications here: