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The Town of Hartford has a total of approximately 185 miles of highways, including 45 miles of state highway. The remaining mileage of approximately 140 miles is the maintenance responsibility of the Town of Hartford, which is the highest of any community in the State of Vermont according to the most recent statistics.
At this time, there are a total of nine employees in the division. The tasks of the division employees include, but are not limited to, maintenance of both gravel and paved highways, drainage installation and maintenance, vehicle maintenance, maintenance of highway rights of way, street sweeping, snow removal and treatment, pavement marking, and general maintenance.
The division is in the process of updating our existing pavement management program to continue to improve the annual contract paving program and the accuracy of the priorities the program. The Town of Hartford is working cooperatively with the communities of Lebanon, Hanover and Enfield in New Hampshire to continue the completion of a joint paving program for our region.
INVITATION TO BID
The Town of Hartford invites sealed bids for the South Main Street Parking Lot, Brigg's Park and Gates Street Extension Improvements Project.
A non-mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 AM on Friday, April 4th at the 2nd floor conference room of the Municipal Building located at 171 Bridge Street, White River Junction, Vermont.
Bid documents will be available from Ace Blueprint, One Glen Road, Box 2, West Lebanon, NH 03784 for $45.00/set. Contractors should contact email@example.com to confirm a time that documents are ready and method of delivery.
All questions concerning plans and specifications shall be directed in writing to Chris.Turgeon@Pathways-Consult.com, Pathways Consulting, LLC by 5:00 PM on Friday April 11.
Sealed bids will be received a the Town of Hartford Department of Public Works office, 173 Airport Road, White River Junction, VT 05001 until 3:00 PM, local time, on Friday April 18th, 2014, at which time they will be open and publicly read aloud.