333 Washington Street
Brookline, MA 02445
Hours of Operation
NEW Brookline Works: DPW Informational Guide 2014
The annual comprehensive guide includes information and contact details for all of our Divisions, a guide to sanitation and recycling, and a winter guide.
List type of permit and name of contractor, company or hauler
List property address, closing date and new owner information
FY14 Water & Sewer Rates Available
Water & Sewer Elderly Exemption Information
Leaf Blower Information
- Gas powered leaf blowers are only allowed between March 15 and May 15 and between September 15 and December 15.
- All leaf blowers are only allowed between 8 am - 8 pm Monday through Friday, and between 9 am - 8 pm Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
- All leaf blowers must comply with the noise level limit in the Noise Control By-Law.
- See By-Laws below for more important details.
2012 Leaf Blower By-Law
See also Noise Control By-Law
Governor Patrick Swears in Public Works Commissioner Andrew Pappastergion to Sixth Term on MWRA Board of Directors.
See MWRA full Press Release
The Public Works Department is responsible for all endeavors relating to planning, designing, operating, maintaining, and managing public ways, park lands, open space, public grounds, town cemeteries, water distribution systems, sewer collection systems, and the collection and disposal of solid waste. The Department also provides engineering support services and motor equipment maintenance services to all town departments. The goal of the Department is to provide efficient, effective, and economical services to the citizens of the Town at the desired level and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. The Public Works Department is comprised of five Divisions. Along with Public Works Administration are Engineering and Transportation, Highway and Sanitation, Parks and Open Space, and Water and Sewer.