Public Works

Old Orchard Beach Public Works is dedicated to providing a variety of services for the welfare and safety of the Old Orchard Beach community.  We handle maintenance of streets and sidewalks, street sweeping, snow plowing, snow removal, debris removal from storm basins, sewer main maintenance and upgrades.  The Public Works garage repairs and maintains our fleet of vehicles/heavy equipment, police cruisers, and RSU 23 vehicles.  Our sign shop is responsible for installation and maintenance of all street signs, traffic signs, line striping and graffiti removal.

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Recycling Alert

FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT RECYCLING, PLEASE VISIT

TOWN RECYCLING or ECOMAINE

                                                                                         Recycle Card

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Transfer Station for leaves, brush,

and lawn clipping is open

Saturday's 8am until 4pm and

Wednesdays 7:30am until 2:30pm

all other items including demo, furniture, etc.,

can be brought to BBI.

see BBI Price list

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We would like to thank the Public Works Staff for putting many hours
into prepping, building, and installing of new ADA accessible
boardwalks.  This project is being completed as
part of a grant the town received from the
 
The 14 locations that will receive new boardwalks are
Parcher, Morrison, Mullen, Traynor, Roussin, Brisson, Cleaves,
Boisvert, Dube, Harrisburg, Kinney, Azalea, Pierce, and King.
These boardwalks will be made of pressure treated wood, cedar post,
with marine rope. They will vary from 4 ft. wide to 5 ft. wide depending
on the location. Will be easy to get off and on the beach.

 

New boardwalks installed below

Brisson

Photo above: Brisson St

Mullen

Photo above: Mullen St

 

          Morrison           
Photo above: Morrison Street       

 

Parcher Ave

Photo above: Parcher Ave

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Thank you to the Public Works staff for doing a tremendous job building the giant snowhill on Old Orchard St for the OOB365 Winter Carnival event.

CREW

Left to right starting from the top of snow bank: Mike Dente, Joe St. Hilaire, Louis Ladakakos, Steve Aiken, Dennis Nason, Roger Stevens, Andy Chute, Dan Turgeon, and Timothy Crowley.


 

Staff Contacts

Name Title
Joe Cooper Director of Public Works
Lisa Scruton-Wilson Administrative Operations Manager