The Danvers Police Department was established in 1752. There are 46 officers and 12 civilian personnel working in the…More department today. The force has 18 patrol vehicles. The current police chief is Neil Ouellette, who was promoted to Chief in January 2005. He has spent 31 years on the Danvers force.
The department publishes a quarterly newsletter, "The Defender," which is available online. Visitors to the site can also report a crime, submit an anonymous tip, review recent crime alerts, sign up for Nixle (an electronic alert service), see who the registered sex offenders are, get crime prevention tips, download licensing or collision forms, view a staff directory, register for the next Citizen Police Academy or see a calendar of local events.
At the station, you can safely dispose of used medications, needles or syringes in two drop boxes. Also, catch the police on public access TV each month. "On the Beat with the Danvers Police" is a 30-minute show offering crime prevention tips, interviews with officers and the latest crime trends and statistics.
The Danvers Police is accredited by the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission and certified by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.
The Butchery 182 North St, Danvers, MA01923 The Butchery's special offerings include filet mignon steaks, split and tipped chicken wings and more. They have a…More wide selection of prepared foods to choose from, as well as a deliciously comprehensive catering menu. From a bottle of wine to baked desserts, The Butchery is your full-service and friendly neighborhood grocery store.
The DiLuigi Sausage Company 41 Popes Ln, Danvers, MA01923 Founded in 1950 by Louis DiLuigi, Sr., and family-owned and managed ever since, The DiLuigi Sausage Company strives to…More make its original, high-quality recipe available for the most efficient production and delivery possible. It has also expanded the line of products over the years to include pork, beef, chicken and turkey sausages, kabobs, tips, slices, patties and more, along with a line of "Oven Ready" products and marinades.
John George Park 35 River St, Danvers, MA01923 John George Park is located in the neighborhood of Danversport and borders the Crane River Marina. Enjoy the…More 1/3-mile paved walking track, playground equipped with rubberized ground cover, horse shoe pit and athletic fields. Make sure to utilize the Parcourse Stretching Guide and warm up area as well as the posted tips for using the track. Customers can also visit the Danvers Recreation website for events and group exercise programs. If you are looking to enjoy the nearby water, across River Street you will find the access road that leads to Sandy Beach.
New England Lettering 10 Harbor Street, Danvers, MA01923 New England Lettering has a reputation for providing quality, long-lasting lettering and graphics for boats and trucks.…More Truck lettering and design can be ordered for a single vehicle or an entire fleet. Each design job is backed by an 8-year guarantee against fading or other wear-and-tear. The company website provides both common sense tips and legal pointers regarding boat naming, lettering and graphic design, so customers can make informed choices. New England Lettering also offers magnetic signs for those use different vehicles to carry their messages wherever they go.
Nestled off Route 1 South, the town transfer station and sanitary landfill, while publicly owned, is operated by…More Covanta Energy and only for use by Danvers residents and certain commercial trash that originates in town.
The transfer station is for solid waste only: hazardous materials, appliances, recyclables, chemical and liquid wastes and construction debris are not allowed. Residential trash must come from the residence shown on the driver's license and registration and only non-commercial vehicles are allowed to enter.
There is a tipping fee payable to the Town of Danvers. Car tires are also accepted for a fee, but there's no charge for residential scrap metal. Most hazardous materials can be disposed of for free during the town's annual Household Hazardous Waste Day.
There is a drop-off facility on-site for leaves and other yard waste. No charge for leaves and grass clippings and you need a brush permit from the town. There is also a Universal Waste Shed on-site for mercury products, such as thermometers, thermostats, fluorescent light bulbs and switches. The shed is open during regular business hours.