City of Burlington, Vermont City of Burlington, Vermont

Water Quality, Main Breaks & Billing: 863-4501
All other: 863-9094
Contact the Department of Public Works

Department of Public Works

CONNECT WITH DPW
Email Us: http://www.burlingtonvt.gov/ContactUs 
Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/@btvdpw 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BTVDPW
Police Email : https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Burlingtonparkingban/info
Text messages & Email: GovDelivery https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/VTBURLINGTON/subscriber/new
Snow ban line: 802-658-SNOW (7669)
Pine St Customer Service: 802-863-9094,  Option 3

DOWNTOWN & RESIDENTIAL PARKING PUBLIC FORUM
Tuesday, April 14th, 7pm-9pm
First Congregational Church, 38 South Winooski Ave. 

Come learn about the next phases of the downtown and residential parking studies, check out the data we've gathered since the last forum, offer your feedback on next steps for downtown parking, and engage in facilitated group discussions about residential parking.  Parking in the church lot is prohibited. Please park on-street or in the Church Street Marketplace garage. The first two hours in the garage are free.  Can't make it? Learn more about parking in Burlington and offer your feedback at: http://www.parkburlington.com.
 

STREET RECONSTRUCTION/PAVING PROGRAM
The approved list of streets and segments to be reconstructed or paved under this seasons paving program is available here: Street Paving July 1, 2015-October 16, 2015. Please see details included in the link for DPW project manager and contact. We appreciate your cooperation and patience as we work to reconstruct our streets this season!
 

HAVE AN ISSUE TO REPORT?
Should you have a problem to report or a request for service, you can either call it in to the numbers at the top of this page or submit it through SeeClickFix (www.SeeClickFix.com) — an online reporting tool.

DOWNTOWN & RESIDENTIAL PARKING CHANGES
To improve customer service and to better sustain our downtown parking system, a series of parking changes including new technology and revised rates went into effect on November 1, 2014. New smart meters in the downtown core will accept credit cards. Also underway is a comprehensive review of the Residential Parking Program that will result in recommended updates.  To share your feedback on either the residential or downtown parking system or for more parking information, click on: www.parkburlington.com.

DPW COMMISSION GOALS FOR FY'15
Click here to view the Public Works' mission, goals and the Commission's objectives for FY'15.

 

 

 

 

 
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