News Releases

  1. News Release - 2800 Block of Kirkwood

    The Public Works Directors Office announced today that starting at approximately 7:00 a.m., Tuesday, October 15th, the 2800 block of Kirkwood Street will be down to one lane of traffic. Read on...
  2. Fire Department selected to partcipate in NFPA Pilot Program

    The Burlington Fire Department has been selected by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to participate in a pilot program to build a digital community risk assessment (CRA) tool. Read on...
  3. Fall Leaf Collection Program

    Crews will collect leaves, lawn & garden residue and twigs no larger than 1" in diameter for 7 weeks in the fall, as noted on the schedule. MATERIAL MUST BE IN PAPER YARDWASTE BAGS. WE WILL NO LONGER COLLECT FROM 33 GALLON CANS OR THE CITY SUPPLIED CARTS. See Schedule...
  4. News Release - 2019 Locust Street Sewer Separation - Closure of Locust from 6th to Main

    The Public Works Directors Office announced today that the construction area for the Locust Street Sewer Separation project is expected to expand to the intersection of 6th Street and Locust on 10/1/2019. Read on...
  5. News Release - Start of the 2019 HMA Resurfacing Project - Agency Street

    The Public Works Directors office announced today that road construction on the 2019 HMA Resurfacing Project is expected to start on the morning of 10/1/2019 on the southernmost (eastbound) lane of Agency Street between Shields Street and Gratton Street. Read on...
  6. News Release - Start of the 2019 HMA Resurfacing Project - North Street

    The Public Works Directors office announced today that road construction on the 2019 HMA Resurfacing Project is expected to start on the morning of 10/1/2019 on North Street between 4th Street and Central Avenue. Read on...
  7. Hydrant Flushing

    The Burlington Municipal Waterworks will begin flushing all fire hydrants the week of October 1, 2019 and will continue for the next 5-6 weeks. Read on...
  8. 8/22/19 - Locust Street Sewer

    Beginning on Thursday, August 22nd, the Locust Sewer Separation project will begin. The phase starting on Thursday will result in the closure of Locust Street from Main Street to 4th Street. The map attached indicates the beginning phase in blue with Read on...
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