Sun, Aug 09, 2020


John Navarro, Public Works Director /
Highway Facility Foreman

Marie Santi, Administrative Assistant

Phone: (860) 974-0330
Fax: (860) 974-3103

Email: click on names above to send an email

Other Town Contacts


  • Monday - 7 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday - 7 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday - 7 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Thursday - 7 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Friday - 7 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Saturday - closed except for emergencies
  • Sunday - closed except for emergencies

Mailing Address:
Town of Woodstock CT
415 Route 169, Woodstock, CT 06281-3039

Function and Services

What We Do:

It is the intention of the Public Works Department to provide the residents of Woodstock with the highest quality of service. We will accomplish this through constant preventative maintenance, continued capitol growth, and dedicated upkeep of the Town’s highway system.

Contact us if you need help on:

The Highway Facility is responsible for the following operations on Town roads:

  • Brush and limited tree work
  • Chip-sealing and paving
  • Maintaining Town commons and greens, etc
  • Plowing and sanding
  • Roadside mowing
  • Storm water infrastructure
  • Street sweeping

We also assist the following:

The highway facility also has the following for Town residents: Wood chips, firewood, and sand in small quantities. These items are not available for commercial or business entities. Come stop by and see us!

The Highway Facility Foreman is John Navarro.  He is also responsible for:

The Highway Facility (Public Works) is located at 215 Coatney Hill Road.

See the "Forms" tab for highway-related publications like the Town of Woodstock mail box policy, tree and brush cutting policy, snow removal plan, and ordinances regarding snow and ice removal.

More Information

Town of Woodstock
Highway Department
Facts and Figures

The Highway Facility utilizes a computer software system called RSMS. This system is for pavement evaluation and allows us to score our roads. This information is then used to make needed repairs to the town roads.

The Highway Department also inspects drainage, cross-pipes and culverts on the roads to determine their condition. In 2006, the Highway Department used a new product on town roads called crumb rubberized chip-seal. This product has recycled car and truck tires in the asphalt oil mix. The Highway Department is working towards being more environmentally friendly.

  • Square miles: 61.6
  • Population: 7,750
  • Improved gravel: 24+
  • Paved: 87+
  • Designated Scenic (Limited Activity): 7+
  • Total Road Miles Maintained: 112+
  • Equipment Maintained: 40 pieces, including rolling stock
  • Catch Basins Maintained: 600+
  • Bridges Maintained: 14
  • Plow Routes: 8
  • Highway Department Employees - 11:  Highway Foreman/Fleet Manager, Mechanic, Equipment Operator, 8 Drivers/Laborers.


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