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Welcome to the Madawaska Public Works Department


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The Public Works Department allows for the Town of Madawaska to run smoothly, ensuring that the town remains aesthetically and practically cohesive.

About Us
The Madawaska Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining the current infrastructure of the Town and building new infrastructure when needed.

Duties include removing items such as fallen trees on roads, maintaining town owned spaces, plowing and snow removal in the winter, culvert maintenance, flushing our sewer main lines, fix fallen traffic signs, addressing pothole issues, paint striping town streets and lines on town owned roads, maintaining sidewalks and maintenance of town owned equipment.

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Winter 2023-2024
Madawaska has posted all roads closed to winter maintenance commencing November 1st to end of May.
No Overnight Parking Ban is in effect!

Public Winter Sand
We allow up 2 (5) gallon of winter sand. Please contact:  publicworks@madawaska.me or call (207) 728-3607 BEFORE picking up. Bring your own pail. Someone at Public Works will fill and load your sand for you. 
  Contact Us
9 Public Works Avenue
Madawaska, ME 04756
Phone: (207) 728-3607
Emergency Cell: 207-316-6238

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 6:30 AM - 3:00 PM
publicworks@madawaska.me
Phone: (207) 728-3607

 

Sidewalk Plowing Priority
The following is the list of sidewalks that Public Works will maintain during the winter.  CLICK HERE

REPORT THE FOLLOWING TO PUBLIC WORKS
Road/Misc Issues
Tree Issues
Street Light Issues
Sewer Line Issues

Permits Available
New Driveway Permit - Town Road
MDOT Driveway Permitting


Winter Resources & Information
WINTER CLOSED ROADS
Snow in Public Way
Maine Law on Snow Removal
Legal Winter Road FAQ


No Overnight Parking  November 15 thru April 15

The Town of Madawaska Municipal Ordinance, Chapter 3, Section 8, prohibits parking of vehicles upon or along any streets, avenues or way within the limits of Town between the hours of 1:00 AM and 7:00 AM, from November 15th through April 15th. Any vehicles found in violation of the parking ban will be issued a parking ticket and during snow removal will be towed at the owner's expense.






















Director

Kevin Dube (207) 728-3607  E-mail

The Public Works Department takes care of the Town’s road and What used to be the work of sixteen men has been cut down to nine with the on-going budget cuts. Not only do they take care of all Town-road related issues throughout all four seasons, they have 2 mechanics who are in charge of all Town Department vehicle and equipment maintenance, besides the school buses.