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Town of Salisbury, MA

Department of Public Works

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Administration

NOTE: Effective July 5, 2004, applicants for public water/sewer service are required to pay an access fee to the Town of Salisbury. This requirement applies to residential, commercial, industrial and all other types of new customers and to those who increase water usage /sewer flows through additional or larger water/sewer connections. The fee must be paid to the Town of Salisbury Collector prior to receipt of a Certificate of Use and Occupancy (COO) when these certificates are required or upon installation of a sewer connection and/or a new water meter and water service turn-on when COO’s are not required. Temporary service connections may not require payment of an access fee.

For a determination of water and sewer access fees, contact (978-465-4058) Jeff Ingalls or Kevin Wholley at the Town of Salisbury Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Sewer & Water Access Fee form is available on the WasteWater Department page.

Office

39 Lafayette Road
Salisbury, MA 01952
Phone: (978) 462-7611

Director: Donald R. Levesque
Phone: (978) 462-7611
E-mail: dlevesque@salisburyma.gov

Questions or comments for DPW:
pubworks@salisburyma.gov
 

Online Forms

Trench Permit
Public Information

Office hours are Mon-Thurs 7am-4pm and Fri 7am-3pm.
Public Works personnel are available during these hours to take calls regarding service requests.
 

Responsibilities

Major areas of responsibility include: stormwater management, drinking water management, wastewater operations, water billing (consultation and applications), administer sewer billing, improvements to Town infrastructure, snow & ice operations, operate and maintain Recycling Center, maintain Town buildings and grounds, maintain parks and ball fields, administer and oversee community recreational activities, provide seasonal beach services, engineering review and approval of all plans to construct, extend or improve roadways, sidewalks or install utilities within a right-of-way, review new subdivision and site plans, assist with special town projects, administer department payroll, prepare annual budgets and five-year forecasts for submission to financial director, prepare annual Report of the Public Works for submission to Town Manager to be included in the Town’s Annual Report.