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The Town of Hanover is pleased to introduce YourGOV, an innovative citizen request application that allows community members to conveniently report non-emergency issues and service requests using the web or a smartphone. Click the following link to submit work requests through the YourGOV web interface.
(Click here to enter a YourGOV request )
Users of the Apple iPhone™ can also download the free YourGOV iPhone app in the iTunes App Store. Users of Android™ enabled smartphones can download the free YourGOV app in the Google Market or Amazon App Store. These smart phone apps allow users to take a geo-coded picture of an issue and transmit it directly to the DPW for follow-up.
Note: The YourGOV web and mobile applications are currently in a test mode while we work with the developer to optimize the performance of the installation on our server. We ask for your patience as we continue to adjust the application to better serve you. Please click the following link to view additional information about the YourGOV applications. (YourGOV Notes )
Hanover Department of Public Works
40 Pond Street
Hanover, MA 02339
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through
Telephone: (781) 826-3189
Fax: (781) 826-8915
Main email: email@example.com
Transfer Station Hours: Friday - Tuesday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (closed Wednesday and Thursday)
Ames Way brush and compost pile hours: Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 2:30 pm, Sat 8:00 am - noon (3/1 - 11/30)
Road Work UpdatesPlease visit the News, Notices, and Projects page for up to the minute information on 2013 road projects.
|Victor J. Diniak||Director of Public Works|
|Robert Murray, P.E.||Facilities Engineering Manager|
|Curt MacLean||Deputy Superintendent of Public Works (Field Operations)|
|Neal Merritt||Deputy Superintendent of Public Works (Water Operations)|
|Gerald Peterson||Deputy Superintendent of Public Works (Building Operations) (interim)|
|Lauren Devine||Recreation Administrator|
Please visit the News, Notices, and Projects page for up to the minute information on current activities of the department .
The mission of the Hanover Department of Public Works is to protect, preserve, improve, and manage the Town's infrastructure, facilities, and related assets. This infrastructure includes the Town's roadway and drainage networks, cemeteries and parks, transfer station, water distribution system, and water treatment plants. Facilities include all town buildings, including the schools. The Department employs 61 full-time and ten seasonal or part-time employees. Public works employees are either working or on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to respond to any infrastructure related challenges that may arise.