BROOKLINE – Commissioner Erin Gallentine invites the Brookline community to a forum to meet the DPW Leadership Team, learn about ongoing projects and initiatives, and offer feedback ideas for the future of Brookline’s infrastructure.
The DPW Community Engagement Forum will be held on Wednesday, May 12, at 6 p.m., via Zoom.
The Department of Public Works provides extensive and often critical day-to-day services that enhance Brookline’s quality of life; it manages the town’s water, sewer, sanitation, recycling, roadway maintenance, street cleaning, snow and ice control, traffic control, street lighting, parking, line painting, sidewalk maintenance, equipment maintenance, parks and open space, conservation, public grounds maintenance, school grounds maintenance, skating rink, forestry, cemetery, engineering, transportation, highway, and stormwater management.
“This has been a challenging year. While the COVID-19 pandemic caused great uncertainty, hardships, and concern for our families, friends, colleagues, and neighbors, Brookline’s public works professionals continued to provide foundational support for the community’s daily activities,” Commissioner Gallentine said. “We invite our residents to attend and share their ideas and feedback and take the opportunity to meet the individuals who make up the DPW.”
Residents with questions may contact Julie Piacentini at [email protected] or 617-730-2166.