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 the community. 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.
Fall Curbside Leaf and Brush Collection Information
October 12, 2021
The Framingham Department of Public Works will begin its fall curbside brush and leaf collection at the end of October.
Brush will be collected for two weeks, October 25-29 and December 6-10, 2021. Leaves will be picked up for five weeks, November 1 – December 3, 2021. Curbside collection will occur on residents’ regularly scheduled trash/recycling collection days during those weeks.
Residents who plan to take advantage of curbside collection should reference the requirements.
Yard waste and brush not conforming to the requirements will not be collected and left at the curb.
Residents with a valid Recycling Drop-Off Center Permit can also utilize the Yard Waste Facility on Dudley Road, Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
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October 7, 2021
Osmose utility to continue inspecting utility poles throughout the City of Framingham
INTERESTED IN THE HISTORY OF THE CITY'S MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS?
DID YOU KNOW?
About 50% of the City's roadways were built before World War II. 25% of the current stormwater, water and wastewater infrastructure put in place at that time is now over 70 years old.
The City of Framingham tripled in population during the 25 years after World War II and 50% of the stormwater, water and wastewater systems were installed.
In 2006, the city accelerated the Capital Improvement Program to remedy this situation.