Pre-Treating and Anti-Icing
These techniques are used to prevent snow and ice from bonding to the pavement surface, creating a more effective and efficient method of snow removal by using approximately 6 times less material.
For information regarding a mailbox that is hit by a plow, please contact the Highway Division at 508-532-6030.
Parking is banned on 1 side of all streets in Framingham, running annually from January 1 to December 31. On odd years, parking is permitted only on the odd side of the street. In even years, parking is permitted only on the even side of the street. Any vehicle obstructing plowing operations will be tagged and towed at the owner’s expense.
Whenever impending weather conditions indicate a hazard or impairment of transportation, the movement of food and fuel supplies, fire, police, and/or medical services of the town, the Town Manager, on the advice and counsel of the Director of Public Works, the Police Chief, and the Fire Chief shall declare a weather emergency.
During a weather emergency no driver of any vehicle shall park or stand a vehicle on the following arterial roadways:
Salem End Road
Winter Sand is available for residents at the Recycling Center at 255 Mount Wayte Avenue for use with a valid permit. Sand barrels are also located throughout town near most hills. For a complete list, please call the Highway Division at 508-532-6030.