DPW

 
WELCOME TO
THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Director, Steven J. Williams
Office Tel: (413) 323-0415 x 601
Fax: (413) 323-0470
Email:
swilliams@belchertown.org.



                  ROADWAY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT -
                  MAPLE & STATE STREET ( ROUTE 202/ROUTE 21)
                  DESIGN PLANS/INFORMATION


PROJECT OVERVIEW:

DPW - MassDEP Design Public Hearing State and Maple Street Doc 


PROJECT PLANS:
     
    
Roadway Improvements- State St. Maple Street Route 202 and Route 21

 

            TRANSFER STATION PERMIT STICKERS NOW AVAILABLE

Mid-Year Transfer Station Permit Stickers now on-sale providing station access from September 1st, 2018 thru February 28, 2019: $50.00 reg., Senior ( age 65+): $40.00.( 1/2 year permit only).


Annual Transfer Station Permit Stickers are now available for purchase at a cost of $100.00; Senior Citizens age 65+ are $80.00Stickers are valid from February 28, 2018 to February 28, 2019 and can be purchased Tuesday thru Friday at the Transfer Station and Monday thru Friday at the Finnerty House and Dept. of Public Works during normal business hours.Annual Permit Stickers may be purchased at the Transfer Station located at 135 Jackson Street during normal business hours: Tues. thru Sat. 7:30am -3:15pn, Thurs. 7:30am to 5:15, Closed Sundays and Mondays. For other hours and holiday closings please see complete list located on the left side link, this page.

                                 WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR LEAVES?

                          

1.Mulch leaves in place with your lawn mower to put valuable nutrients back into your soil

2. Gather leaves and other “yard waste” into a compost pile, let overwinter and decompose, and then use as fertilizer next growing season.

3. Offer your leaves to a neighbor who may be able to use them for composting.

4. Check in with your city or town hall to find out how to properly dispose of leaves locally.

Did you know? The combination of rainfall with leaves on our driveways, sidewalks, streets, and parking lots can produce stormflows into local rivers, streams, and lakes that are loaded with nutrients. Proper use or disposal of leaves will help to avoid these contaminated flows.

This message provided by the: Connecticut River Stormwater Committee
This information posted by the Department of Public Works, to aid in conjunction with the Belchertowns' Transfer Station Rules & Regulations for those permitted users who seek alternatives to disposing of bagged leaves at the facility.

 

 

 

 

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