Town of Swampscott PLUS

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  • Whales Beach - Swampscott
    2 dead seagulls washed up on Whales and New Ocean beach
  • 25 Palmer Ave Swampscott MA 01907, United States - Swampscott
    Dead baby raccoon that was seen wandering the neighborhood looking sick during the day It's now dead in our front yard We have three children and a dog
  • 40 Norfolk Avenue Swampscott, MA, 01907, USA - Swampscott
    dead rabbit in front of the entrance of 40 norfolk avenue
  • Phillips Park Swampscott MA 01907, United States - Swampscott
    Not dead, but just had to leave the Phillips park playground because there was a giant rat running around on the ground and kids play equipment Please set out some traps surrounding the playground :)
  • 87 Essex Street Swampscott, Massachusetts, 01907 - Swampscott
    Dead squirrel
  • 37 Stetson Ave Swampscott, MA 01907, USA - Swampscott
    Dead bluejay
  • 70 Paradise Road Swampscott, Massachusetts, 01907 - Swampscott
  • 12 Railroad Ave Swampscott MA 01907, United States - Swampscott
    Dead pigeon on west sidewalk under train tracks. Closer to inbound stairs.
  • Galloupes Point Rd Town of Swampscott, MA, 01907, USA - Swampscott
    Dead duck being eaten by insects.
  • 391 Humphrey St Swampscott 01907, United States - Swampscott
    Tuesday evening, 815pm. Dog owners playing in the water with their dogs, walking past the ‘no dogs on the beach sign.’ Why we do have the sign if no one respects the town enough to abide by it?
  • ForestryReconnu
    50 Stetson Avenue Swampscott, Massachusetts, 01907 - Swampscott
    There is a completely dead tree between 40 and 36 Stetson Avenue that is losing branches all of the time and is dangerous! It needs to be removed please as a falling branch came down right in front of my dog. Please take it down before someone gets hurt. Thank you very much!!!
  • ForestryReconnu
    Grant Rd & Walker Rd Town of Swampscott, MA, 01907, USA - Swampscott
    This tree is dying, it is apt to fall on a home on either side of it.