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 Community Development and Public Works
     Water Quality Matters
CONTACTS:
Departmental Phone: 860-258-2766 (General) 860-258-2733 (Building Dept.)
Stephen D. Sopelak, P.E. – Director of Public Works & Community Development Services 860-258-7672
Joe Lentini – Field Operations and Highway Superintendent
860-258-7709
Bob Alvarado – Wetlands Agent 860-258-2734
Kim Ricci – Town Planner 860-258-2761
Dave Palmberg – Zoning Enforcement Officer 860-258-7675
Mike Violette – Building Official 860-258-7673
Steve Kardys – Asst. Building Official 860-258-7676
Elton Mancura – Asst. Building Official 860-258-2745
HOUSEHOLD HAZARD WASTE
Saturday, September 18, 2021
8:00am to 1:00pm at MDC Treatment Plant, 80 Goff Brook Road
With the near record rain we had this past July, we would like to remind everyone of some basic stormwater flooding and pollution prevention ideas.
1. Never dump anything down the storm drains other than clean water. Homeowners should be aware of any illicit connections or discharges they may have to the storm drain system. Any pollutants that enter the storm drains will be washed into nearby wells, storm drains, stream, lakes, and rivers. Furthermore, trash, grass clippings and other debris can clog the system creating potential flooding problems.
2. Do not pile leaves, grass clippings and brush near a stream or river. Rising waters can pick it up and bring it downstream where if may clog culverts under the road creating a flooding problem.
3. Take your car to the car wash, where wash water is filtered and recycled, instead of washing it in the driveway. If you must wash at home, wash your car on a grass or gravel surface and use a small amount of soap.
4. Check and/or repair fluid leaks in your vehicles and recycle motor oil and other automotive fluids.
5. Dispose of paint and items from other household improvement projects appropriately.
 BRUSH PICK UP
FALL: Week of September 20–24.
Brush pickup will eND September 24 and resume in the spring, 2022.
Brush Pick-Up is for residential homeowners only, not for commercial properties, apartment or condominium complexes, land clearing and whole tree removals. If brush is not removed, an explanation of why will be left on a door knocker at entrance of home.
Please see our website for more information on acceptable and unacceptable material. www.rockyhillct.gov/publicworks
LEAF COLLECTION
Leaf collection will begin Monday, November 1, 2021 and will continue until Friday December 3, 2021. Please rake leaves to
the edge of the road, not into the road for collection by the Public Works department.
Multiple passes are made throughout town and collection is weather dependent. There is no pick-up list as the Town checks each street starting from the east side of the Town and works west. Therefore, PLEASE DO NOT CALL to arrange pick up.
Brush and leaves may be brought to the Transfer Station at 59 Old Forge Road year- round. Please see our website for more information. www.rockyhillct.gov/publicworks
SHRED-IT
Each resident is permitted to bring up to 3 copy paper sized boxes or brown paper bags of material to be shredded. Driver’s license required for proof of residency. Paper Only.
Dates: September 11, 2021
Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm
location: Stevens School, 322 Orchard Street
Please see out website for more information: www.rockyhillct.gov/publicworks
Public Works
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