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Yes, private roads which have been approved as Emergency Lanes and inspected by the Public Works Department to meet the Town of Moultonborough Subdivision Standards for roads, and serve 2 or more residences may be plowed by Highway Department Staff of subcontractors employed by the town. See the list of declared Emergency Lanes (PDF).
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Contact the Highway Department at 253-7445 or the Police Department dispatch at 476-2400 by phone or you can fill out the Work Request.
Yes, the highway department maintains an area adjacent to the large sand pile reserve for residents to pick up.
Contact the Highway Department at 253-7445 or the Police Department dispatch 476-2400.
Contact the Police Department dispatch at 476-2400; they will contact the Road Agent or his staff to respond.
Yes, just like the winter sand, you may load your own from the pile.
No, the Highway department stopped plowing private driveways in the late 1980s.
A driveway permit is issued by the Road Agent, and can be picked up at the Town Offices.
An excavation permit is required and issued by the Road Agent. The excavation permit is subject to a fee, and project inspections which also have a fee associated. The excavation permit is available at the Town Office, Land Use Office.
To minimize risk exposure, and to deter theft and vandalism.
The highway department stock piles several types of aggregates, and these piles are high subsequently making them a risk of injury or death from side-slope slides when climbed upon or digging by hand improperly.
There will be a fresh pile maintained outside the gate for residents to pick up sand for their home use.
We will still have a small pile of wood chips for residents to pick up.
No, unfortunately the gravel stock piled at the facility are purchased for use on "Town" roads or facilities.