There are 17 Public Works Departments in Essex County, Massachusetts, serving a population of 775,860 people in an area of 493 square miles. There is 1 Public Works per 45,638 people, and 1 Public Works per 28 square miles.
In Massachusetts, Essex County is ranked 3rd of 14 counties in Public Works Departments per capita, and 2nd of 14 counties in Public Works Departments per square mile.
Find Essex County, Massachusetts departments of public works or DPW.
Amesbury Public Works 12 Newton Rd Amesbury, MA
Andover Public Works 397 Lowell Street Andover, MA
Danvers Public Works 95 Hobart Street Danvers, MA
Gloucester Public Works 28 Poplar Street Gloucester, MA
Haverhill Public Works 500 Primrose Street Haverhill, MA
Ipswich Public Works 8 Town Farm Road Ipswich, MA
Lawrence Public Works 1 Auburn Street Lawrence, MA
Manchester Public Works 10 Central St Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA
Methuen Public Works 41 Pleasant Street Methuen Town, MA
Middleton Public Works 195 North Main Street Middleton, MA
Nahant Town Public Works 334 Nahant Road Nahant, MA
North Andover Public Works 384 Osgood Street North Andover, MA
Rockport Public Works 34 Broadway Rockport, MA
Rowley Public Works TURNPIKE Rd Rowley, MA
Salem Public Works 5 Jefferson Ave Salem, MA
Salisbury Public Works 39 Lafayette Road Salisbury, MA
Saugus Public Works 5 Jefferson Avenue Saugus, MA
Essex County Public Works Departments (DPW) are Massachusetts State, Essex County or local government operations primarily responsible for maintaining and improving the public infrastructure and public properties, and often providing utility services in Essex County, MA. The Department of Public Works is often organized in divisions based on different physical asset types, such as roads and highways, parks and recreation facilities, and public buildings, or by service area, such as sanitation, water, and sanitary sewer. Additional Essex County DPW Offices may be established to provide internal services to the department, such as fleet maintenance and engineering services.You may contact the Department of Public Works for questions about: