Alan Brodd, P.E.
, Public Works Director, 728-2400 Ext. 143
James Q. N’Tow, Engineering Aide, 728-2400 Ext. 126
David Carr, Sewer Superintendent, 728-2400 Ext. 122
Water Superintendent, 658-0666
Clerk, 7282400 Ext. 155
CUMBERLAND ANNOUNCES FALL 2012 YARD WASTE PICK UP
The Cumberland Public Works Department announces that the
curbside yard waste recycling program begins effective
immediately and will continue through December 15th.
Yard waste will be collected on your regular trash day and must
be in brown lawn bags. No plastic bags will be accepted.
Residents are limited to 8 bags per household per week and must
no weigh more than 35 pounds per bag. Yard waste is leaves,
grass, vegetation and weeds; no dirt or stones!
For any questions please call, Coastal Recycling at
Affecting Trash Collection
The Public Works Department maintains responsibility for many of the physical
improvements, and day to day functions of the Town. From plowing roads,
to picking up solid waste, to resurfacing roads and improving drainage.
The staff of the Public Works Department works very closely with other deaprtments
such as the Highway Department, Sewer Department, and Water Department,
in order to maintain our lovely Town.
For more information please see the links below:
The Highway Department services the Town's streets, highways, sidewalks,
bridges, watercourses, storm drains and sanitary sewers. The department
performs construction, maintenance, repairs and operations of public buildings
and grounds. It maintains over 200 miles of roads, all Town vehicles, and
all the parks and recreational grounds and their facilities. The Sewer Department
maintains all sewer mains and pump stations as well as generating and processing
all sewer assessment bills.
The Engineering Department provides engineering support to all Town departments.
It is responsible for preparing plans, specifications and bid documents.
It is also responsible for reviewing plans and specifications of subdivisions
for compliance with Town regulations and engineering standards. Inspections
and construction management of Town projects are conducted by the Engineering
The Water Department provides high quality potable water to the Town's residents.
The department services and maintains five storage tanks with a total storage
capacity of 11 million gallons. Water is obtained from two wells, the treatment
plant and from, The Pawtucket Water Supply Board, the largest source.