What information do you have?
Historical and current maps, plans, and record drawings are available for viewing. Some sets of documents have been scanned to digital image formats and others are stored as original hardcopy. These documents are useful for a variety of purposes including license and variance applications, utility connection verification, historical analysis, environmental research, defining of property edges, and verifying of ownership information. Maps and plans kept on file at the Engineering Division include:
• Utility Layouts (sanitary sewer, water, and stormwater drainage)
• Street Layouts, Acceptance Plans, and Field Books
• Street and Property Histories (some records)
• Assessor’s Maps (current and historical)
• Aerial Photos
• Construction Contract Drawings (Roadway, Sanitary Sewer, Water and Stormwater
• FEMA Flood Zone Maps
• Historical Maps of Framingham

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1. What information do you have?
2. Do I need to have permission to widen, move or add another driveway on my property?
3. Can I plant flowers or put up a fence near the roadway?
4. Where do I acquire a GIS map?
5. Will the City survey my property?
6. Does the City have copies of the flood insurance maps developed for Framingham?
7. Will the City locate my utility services for me?
8. Can I get a lower speed limit on my street?
9. Can I get stop signs erected to slow traffic?
10. Does the City allow residents/businesses to connect a private stormwater drain to the City’s stormwater drainage system?
11. What do I do if I have a drainage problem from the roadway onto my property?
12. Who is responsible for cleaning out the drainage ditches (channels) on my property?