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Highway Department


 

Bill Rogers
Highway Superintendent
12800 Main Street
Alden, New York 14004
Phone: (716) 937-7336
Fax: (716) 937-7336
Email: William.Rogers@erie.gov

 
Highway Department Clerk
12800 Main Street
Alden, New York 14004
Phone: (716) 937-7336 
Fax: (716) 937-7336 

 

Highway Department
The Highway Department is the most visible service agency in town government. From snowplowing in the winter, to street paving, brush removal, leaf collection, park maintenance and drainage projects during the remainder of the year, this department is deeply involved and committed to the lives of Alden residents.


Major Service Areas



Town of Alden Brush Pickup

The Town Highway Department picks up brush on a regular basis during the months of April through November. Brush pickup is during the 1st FULL week of each month and 3rd week of each month. 

During the first week of the month brush is picked up for properties on the North side of Broadway and on the third week of the month, brush is picked up for properties on the South side of Broadway.

Brush should be out on Monday mornings by 6:30am, NO return trips will be made. All brush should be plied no more than 4" diameter with cut ends facing the road in a single row. We are NOT ABLE to pick up any stumps, root balls, yard waste.  ALSO, NO lot clearings or contractor generated yard waste, this is the responsibility of your contractor to rid of any waste.

Fall Leaf Pickup

This service is completed weekly during the fall. All leaves should be bagged {it doesn't matter if the bags are clear or colored} and left street side.

Driveway and Culvert Pipe Installation

After application and payment of a $225 installation fee, the Highway Department will install driveway and or culvert drainage pipe at street side of any property located on a town road. The property owners are responsible to purchasing culvert pipe on their own. For installation on non-town roads either the Erie County {759-8328} or NY State Highway {683-3476} Departments should be contacted.


"Who is Responsible for my Road" brochure