Public Works

Daniel Nau, Director of Highway and Sanitation, provides insight into what it took for Framingham to fight 7 feet of snow in 21 days in the record setting 2015 winter.

Click on the video below to learn more about the Snow Command Room and the importance of real-time assessment technology that employees utilize in making the best decisions for the Town of Framingham.


  • DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS OVERVIEW
  • Every day dedicated professionals across the Department of Public Works take pride in the jobs they do to protect the health, safety and well-being of everyone in town.
  • We are comprised of a team that designs, builds, refurbishes, replaces, oversees, and maintains a complex combination of above ground and below ground public infrastructure.

Seeking Public Comments:  2015 Water and Wastewater Revised Regulations Available for Review 

The Town of Framingham Department of Public Works is soliciting public comment on proposed revisions to the Water and Wastewater regulations.

The regulations are available for viewing by clicking here for the Proposed Water Regulations or Proposed Wastewater Regulations or by picking up printed copies at the Municipal Engineering Department, 100 Western Avenue. Monday-Friday 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m. 

Please submit comments or concerns to Blake Lukis, Director Water and Wastewater, 100 Western Avenue, Framingham, MA 01702 or emailing BDL@framinghamma.gov. no later than May 15, 2015.  Please call (508) 532-6050 with any questions.

  • Neighborhood Meetings Planned to Inform Residents and Businesses about Upcoming Construction Projects in their Area

    The Town of Framingham Department of Public Works has scheduled five neighborhood meetings during the month of April to provide an informal forum for residents to meet with Department of Public Works staff, construction project managers and consultants that are responsible for the work in their area.  Residents can review the anticipated construction project boards, speak with staff and understand the important public infrastructure and environmental health benefits to their neighborhoods.

    Coburn Street (Coburnville) neighborhood  -completed

    Main Street neighborhood  -completed

    Riverpath Drive neighborhood,and Meadow Street and Hillside Street neighborhoods, -completed.

    Union Avenue neighborhoods -completed.

     Downtown Framingham area are invited to an Open House at the project field office on Thursday, April 23, 2015 from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at 107 Concord St.

Photos & Bids
The public infrastructure is the backbone of the community; it contains many of the resources that, when combined, can define the overall quality of life in a community. Click on the pictures below to see some of our current programs in action!




Water

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Municipal Engineering

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Billing

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Highway

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Fleet

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Wastewater

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Solid Waste

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Capital Improvement

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