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NEW TRANSFER STATION SCHEDULE AND FEES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2016
PAYT Trash Bags can be purchased in rolls of five at the following locations:
Market Basket, Littleton
Common Convenience, Littleton
Aubuchon Hardware, Littleton
Littleton Lumber, Littleton
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 MassDOT-Highway Division. Any questions or concerns regarding these roads should be directed to the District 3 Office of the MassDOT-Highway Division, 508-929-3800.
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.
Chris Stoddard, P.E.
Director of Public Works
James "Jim" E. Clyde
39 Ayer Road
Littleton, MA 01460
Monday to Thursday: 7 am to 3 pm
Friday: 7:00 am to Noon