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Engineering Department

45 South Main Street, Room #203
(203) 294-2035     Fax: (203) 284-4012

Town Engineer: John P. Thompson, P.E.
Asst. Town Engineer: Robert V. Baltramaitis, P.E.

1. Assist public with:

  • Complaints about sidewalks
  • Marking the street lines at their properties
  • Making tax assessor and topographic maps
  • Drainage concerns
  • Evaluating site-line problems
  • Coordinating private storm drainage connections into Town’s system
  • Attendance at neighborhood meetings on Town projects

2. Assist developers and contractors with:

  • Plan reviews
  • Issuing street excavation permits
  • Inspection of new subdivision roads
  • Providing vertical and horizontal control for construction
  • Bond compliance issues

3. Assist other Town departments with:

  • Review of applications for P&Z, Inland-Wetlands & ZBA
  • Maintenance of listing for public and private roads
  • Legal descriptions for municipal properties
  • Preparation of contract documents for Municipal Improvement projects
  • Survey/layout and control for municipal construction projects
  • Serves the Legal Traffic Authority as technical staff
  • Providing survey, mapping and engineering services to all Town departments
4.  Assist Town Commissions/Committees
  • Provides technical assistance to the Quinnipiac River Linear Trail Advisory Committee and the Community Lake Restoration Committee.
5.  Assist Public Works with:
  • Survey layout
  • Roadway, bridge and drainage design
  • Maintenance and protection of traffic.

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