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The Town of Greenville Public Works Department performs numerous vital functions to the Greenville Community. Everyone who drives through Town or walks across our Boardwalk or one of our Parks and steps onto one of our docks or sits in our new Gazebo or even lands an airplane at our airport benefits from the maintenance work done by the Public Works Department.

 

Public Works Garage
The NEW Greenville Public Works is located at 95 Greenville Steam Road

 

 

 The Equiptment...

 

The Town owns and operates a variety of pieces of equipment, including the following major pieces:

 

  • One 1986 single-axle, 6-yard plow trucks (Ford L-8000)
  • One 2001 Sterling Wheeler, 13-yard plow truck
  • One 1992 670B John Deere Grader
  • One sand-piper sand and gravel screen
  • One 2006 GMC Topkick 5500 4x4plow & wing. 3 to 4 yd. Stainless dump.
  • One 2003 Sterling wheeler 13 yd. Plow truck
  • One 2006 JD 544J John Deere front-end Loader
  • One 2004 JD TC62H Tool Carrier (Airport Machine)
  • One 1996 JD 544G Front-end Loader (Landfill)
  • One 2004 Blanchet Snowblower
  • One 1984 Blanchet Snowblower
For More information about Public Works, to comment on our operations, or to report a problem with a street or a road, please contact call (207) 695-2421.‚Äč

 

 

 Contractor User of Salt and Sand Pile

 

PRICE: The Town of Greenville will put up the entire salt-sand pile and the pile will belong to the town. No contractor will be allowed to haul in sand, salt or other materials or be allowed to pay for materials being put into the pile. The price per yard that will be charged to contractors and others will be the town's cost of putting up the pile plus a 25% surcharge (for administration, use of lot, loading if available, pile loss, etc.). Note: the cost of re-salting left over salt-sand from the previous year will be included in the cost of the salt-sand.

PAYMENT: Contractors must notify the Town by October 6  their intentions to purchase sand and in what quantity. Payment for the requested amount will be due in full November 1.

ACCOUNTABILITY/SIGN-UP: Contractors must use the sign up sheet as they are using the pile.

LEFT OVER MATERIAL: All material left over in the pile will become the property of the Town on June 1.

 
 
The Department is made up of two full-time employees and one part-time employee.
Foreman Jim Abele leads the department through its daily operations and fulfills its seasonal goals in close conjunction with Town Manager and Road Commissioner John Simko. Equipment Operator Mike Robinson and Laborer Dakota Harris round out the Public Works Department.
 

 Snowplowing

 

The Town of Greenville asks you to remove any obstructions from road and sidewalk right-of-ways which would inhibit snowplowing operations. On all Town Roads and Streets, the Town maintains a minimum 25' right-of-way from the centerline. Any obstructions within this right-of-way which would inhibit snow removal operations must be removed.

Please take a moment to review your property and see if you have anything in the way, such as rocks, fences, signs, woodpiles, etc. Your help to remove obstructions will make our snow removal operations more efficient, and make our roads and sidewalks safer to drive and walk on.