Town of Tewksbury - Building Department 999 Whipple Rd, Tewksbury, MA01876 As the name suggests, the Town of Tewksbury's Building Department oversees all matters dealing with construction in the…More community. Working closely with the Planning Board, the department deals with zoning issues as well as various building permits. The Building Department office is located in the Department of Public Works building on Whipple Road.
Town of Tewksbury- Health Department 999 Whipple Rd, Tewksbury, MA01876 The Health Department is easy to miss because it's located in the Department of Public Work's building on Whipple Road.…More It works closely with the Board of Health disseminating information on communicable diseases, mosquito borne illnesses and flu shots. Public meetings are held the first and third Thursday of every month.
Town of Tewksbury Department of Public Works 999 Whipple Rd, Tewksbury, MA01876 The Department of Public Works in Tewksbury is actually six departments rolled into one: Engineering, Highway, Road…More Machinery, Forestry, Water Distribution/Sewer Collection and Water Treatment, combined with administration, make up the seven divisions of DPW. Combined, under the leadership of Brian Gilbert, the DPW oversees all aspects of the town's infrastructure, including 314 miles of road, 150 miles of water main and 92 miles of sewer line. Second only to the school department in size and scope, the DPW has 152 pieces of equipment.
Tewksbury Community Pantry 999 Whipple Rd, Tewksbury, MA01876 For the past 15 years, the Community Pantry has been addressing the food needs of low income Tewksbury residents.…More Originally housed at St. William Church, the pantry outgrew the facility and is now located in a building constructed specifically for its purposes adjacent to the Department of Public Works on Whipple Road. The pantry is open three days a month, on a Sunday, a Monday and a Saturday; more information on exact dates is available on their website and a sign posted on site. The volunteer operation is funded through donations and receives assistance and cooperation from the town. In times of economic crisis, more and more people find themselves using the pantry as a resource.