Public Works

**Update May 5, 2020**

The Transfer Station will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020 due to the holiday.


**Update March 17, 2020**

Transfer Station Hours Expanded

In response to the evolving public health emergency, and in an effort to minimize crowding at the transfer station, the Department of Public Works will be adding Monday hours to the customary Wednesday and Saturday schedule.  Effective Monday, March 23rd, the facility will be open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.   Per our earlier messages, the swap table program has been indefinitely halted.

Thank you to our DPW staff for suggesting this accommodation.  We are all trying to adapt as we go.  Public feedback about the Town’s public health emergency response efforts are greatly appreciated.

Timothy Higgins
Town Administrator
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**Update March 16, 2020: 
Due to the current Public Health Crisis related to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Swap Table Area at the Transfer Station will be closed until at least May 4.  The decision for this temporary closure is to reduce the potential spread of the virus.  Other activities at the Transfer Station such as Trash & Recycling drop-off will continue normally.  We appreciate your patience and understanding at this time.  We will issue updates as the situation progresses.  

DPW Office will be closed to the public and issuance of Transfer Station Stickers will be temporarily suspended until at least May 4, 2020.

If you have any questions, please call the Lincoln Department of Public Works at 781-259-8999.


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**Update March 14, 2020: The Transfer Station will be open its regular Wednesday and Saturday schedule**
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Transfer Station Stickers



Transfer station stickers are available at the DPW on Lewis Street during normal business hours. (7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday - Friday, Holidays and weather permitting).
 
Please bring proof of residency and vehicle registration to the DPW.

The Department’s Mission Statement:



The mission of the Lincoln Department of Public Works is to maintain, preserve, and protect the infrastructure and resources of the Town. This includes the continuation of preserving the rich cultural, historic and aesthetic features that the Town has worked for.

Functions:



The department provides a broad base of services for the community. Its major responsibilities include:
  • Cemetery maintenance and burials
  • Construction and maintenance of streets and storm drains
  • Environmental compliance
  • Maintaining the fleet of town vehicles
  • Operation of the transfer station
  • Park and recreation facility maintenance
  • Recycling coordination
  • Roadside path maintenance and construction
  • Snow and ice control
  • Stonewall maintenance
  • Traffic and parking control
  • Tree maintenance

Department Links/Other:



  • Please refer to the links at the left side of this page for additional information.