Contact:

James "Jim" E. Clyde,Operations Manager

Katie Tocci, Business Administrator
Address: 39 Ayer Road
Littleton, MA 01460
Phone: (978) 540-2670
Hours:

Monday-Thursday 7:00AM - 3:00PM

Friday By Appointment (978) 540-2670 

 

 

TRANSFER STATION ; PAY-AS-YOU-THROW:   Please read the following links for information on fees and regulations.
Transfer Station Fees Effective October 1, 2013
Transfer Station Regulations Effective October 1, 2010

 DEVENS HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY - Open the first Wednesday and the following Saturday 9AM - Noon, except for holidays & weather permitting. Littleton is participating in the regional facility at Devens for disposal of household hazardous waste. The facility provides better management of Household Hazardous Waste - the regional service makes it easier for residents to properly dispose of toxic waste, provides additional protection to drinking water supplies, and delivers operational and financial savings to the participating municipalities. More information at DevensHHW

INFORMATION ON RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL IN THE NASHOBA VALLEY

STREET OPENING POLICY AND FEES   

ROADWAY IMPROVEMENT PLAN: To address the condition of local roads in Littleton, the Board of Selectmen voted on March 10, 2008 to
support an $8-million roadway improvement plan, which would be funded inside the property tax levy limit, without any overrides of Proposition 2 1/2.  Read more.

STATE ROADS IN LITTLETON:  The major highways in Littleton (Routes 119, 2A, 110, 495, 2) and Powers Road are under the jurisdiction of Massachusetts Highway Department.  Any questions or concerns regarding these roads should be directed to the District 3 Office of the Massachusetts Highway Department, 508-929-3800.  

 

Highway Department Services

The Highway Department provides maintenance and improvements to approximately 62 miles of Town roads; operates the Transfer Station located on Spectacle Pond Road, administers contracts for the disposal of solid wastes, maintains approximately 62 acres of municipal recreational facilities and public grounds; performs public shade tree removals, trimming and planting (Highway Superintendent also serves as Tree Warden); and maintains the Department's equipment to accomplish the assigned tasks.

The Highway Department consists of twelve (12) full-time employees; two (2) part-time Transfer Station Operators and  summer help. The Department has at its disposal approximately 50 major pieces of equipment with attachments (etc.) with a value of $2 million to accomplish its work. The amount of equipment used by the Highway Department is a result of the variety of types of work undertaken.

Highway Department Links:

Frequently Asked Questions 
Spring Services
Summer Services
Winter Services
Fall Services

 Transfer Station

 LITTLETON TRANSFER STATION
Spectacle Pond Road, Littleton, MA 01460
978-540-2671

The Transfer Station will be closed on Thanksgiving
November 28, 2013

Normal Hours of Operation
Tuesday and Thursday: 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

 

The discontinuance of the Recycling Only Stickers began on October 1, 2011.

Transfer Station Brochure and Fees Effective October 1, 2013
Regulations of Town Transfer Station
Recycling in Littleton 
Recycling Guide

Senior Citizen stickers available for individuals 60 years old or older.

DEVENS HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY - Littleton is participating in the new regional facility at Devens for disposal of household hazardous waste.  New facility provides better management of Household Hazardous Waste - A new regional service will make it easier for residents to properly dispose of toxic waste, provide additional protection to drinking water supplies, and deliver operational and financial savings to the participating municipalities. 

HGRM is a 22-year-old local nonprofit that was started by Acton residents. They collect items from towns all around Acton and donate them to people who need furniture, such as people who are leaving homelessness or who have lost everything to a natural disaster or a fire. We are in constant need of furniture and household goods, which we donate to thousands of people a year. Our website is www.hgrm.org

 Other Department Contact Names and Numbers

The following is a list of contact names and numbers for services which are frequently asked about but which are not provided by the Highway Department.

Town Water: Call Water Department at (978) 540-2222

Electric Wires and Street Lights: Call Light Department at (978) 540-2222

Scheduling of Athletic Fields/Facilities: Call Recreation Department (978) 540-2490

Scheduling of Fay Park: Contact Park and Recreation Commission at (978) 540-2490.