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: https://www.burlingtonvt.gov/ContactUs
Text messages & Email updates: GovDelivery
Snow ban line: 802-658-SNOW (7669)
Parking Ban Notifications through Police Dept - www.Nixle.com
Pine St Customer Service: 802-863-9094,  Option 3 or dpw-pinecustomerservice@burlingtonvt.gov

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.
 

2017 Construction Update - Please click here
 
 
NORTH AVENUE PILOT: SPRING SURVEY - DEADLINE EXTENDED
The second community survey is being managed by the Castleton Polling Institute and it is available now through June 4, 2017 (extended from May 29).  Click here to take the North Avenue Pilot Project survey. Updated crash data is now available for crashes occuring between July 2016 through April 2017. Traffic data is also being compiled and will be available by mid-June. The final reports and recommendations for North Avenue will be provided to City Council at their June 26 meeting (tentative date). For more detailed information on the project, visit the project website or contact northavepilot@burlingtonvt.gov.
 

FLYNN AVENUE PARKING CHANGES AND ADVISORY BIKE LANE
A new type of bike lane will be added to Flynn Avenue this year, making it easier to bike, safer to walk, and less congested for vehicles getting to and from Oakledge Park. 

DRIVEWAY ENCROACHMENT PARKING PROHIBITION
The Driveway Encroachment Prohibition was adopted by the Public Works Commission on September 21st 2016 and will take effect on October 19th 2016.  This prohibition will make it a ticket-able offense to park within two feet of all driveways in Burlington.  A blocked or encroached driveway often makes it difficult or impossible to either enter or exit, inhibits access to homes, or traps residents on their property.  This prohibition was sought by the Department of Public Works in response to numerous repeated complaints from the public.  This is a perennial issue that will not be assuaged without this new prohibition.  Click here for more info.

It is our goal that everyone living, working or attending school in Burlington will learn to utilize on-street parking efficiently without adversely affecting others.

 

 

 

 

 
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