Danvers Rubbish & Trash Removal / Colonial Landscaping 16 Alden St, Danvers, MA01923 Danvers Rubbish & Trash Removal is also known as Colonial Landscaping. This is a family owned and operated, licensed…More and insured business. It is open during normal business hours. For further details, please contact directly.
Nestled off Route 1 South, the town transfer station and sanitary landfill, while publicly owned, is operated by…More Covanta Energy and only for use by Danvers residents and certain commercial trash that originates in town.
The transfer station is for solid waste only: hazardous materials, appliances, recyclables, chemical and liquid wastes and construction debris are not allowed. Residential trash must come from the residence shown on the driver's license and registration and only non-commercial vehicles are allowed to enter.
There is a tipping fee payable to the Town of Danvers. Car tires are also accepted for a fee, but there's no charge for residential scrap metal. Most hazardous materials can be disposed of for free during the town's annual Household Hazardous Waste Day.
There is a drop-off facility on-site for leaves and other yard waste. No charge for leaves and grass clippings and you need a brush permit from the town. There is also a Universal Waste Shed on-site for mercury products, such as thermometers, thermostats, fluorescent light bulbs and switches. The shed is open during regular business hours.
CleanTech Systems 153 Andover St, Danvers, MA01923 CleanTech Systems is an all-purpose commercial cleaning and maintenance company. In addition to janitorial and trash…More removal services in hospitals, schools and corporate buildings, CleanTech provides decontamination services, environmental tests and reports and critical environment cleaning.
BAYADA Home Health Care 20 Conant St, Danvers, MA01923 BAYADA Home Health Care is staffed and on-call 24 hours every day, providing in-home non-medical assistance to adults…More and seniors. It deploys certified nursing assistants, homemakers and companions for services such as dressing, grooming, bathing, light housekeeping, trash removal, grocery shopping and companionship.
Emeritus at Cherry Hill 220 Conant St, Danvers, MA01923 Emeritus at Cherry Hill is a senior living facility located in Danvers. It provides clients with 3 meals a day served…More restaurant-style; a variety of snacks; 24-hour elder care staffing; housekeeping, laundry and linen service; trash removal; choice of suites complete with full bath; wall-to-wall carpeting; fire safety systems; free maintenance and all utilities except basic cable and telephone. Emeritus provides senior care services, such as daily assistance with bathing and dressing; dining assistance and special diets; medical maintenance; assistance with reminders and redirection; escorts and assistance with walking; emergency response call system; and monthly wellness visits by a licensed nurse. For further details, contact directly.
Pope's Landing Marine 10 Harbor St, Danvers, MA01923 Pope's Landing Marine is a private marina located next to the town harbormaster's office within the scene waterfront…More area of Pope's Landing in Danversport. Amenities include cleaning, detailing, trash pickup, piloting and mechanics with more than 70 years of experience. Pope's prides itself in its top-of-the-line bathrooms and showers. The cleanly, friendly Marine staff offers boat services, sales and storage from October to May.
This public works facility houses the street, water and sewer and equipment divisions of the department, while…More serving as a garage and repair shop. In addition to a number of vehicles and equipment on-site, the offices for the supervisors of each division are located here as well.
The most visible function of the Street Division is its task to keep up 120 miles of town roadway and 150 miles of sidewalks (including keeping it all free of snow and ice), as well as picking up trash and recycling. Water & Sewer oversees the distribution and treatment of more than one billion gallons of public water in town and operates a state-certified lab for bacterial analysis. The lab is located on Lake Street in Middleton. The Equipment Division is chraged with, among other things, performing maintenance and repair on 240 pieces of equipment, which are used by the DPW, the schools, police and other town departments.
The Town Hall, originally built in 1855, is home to most of the local government offices in town. Here, residents can…More pay their tax bills, get a marriage license, buy a trash sticker, file or lookup building plans and peruse materials submitted to the Board of Selectmen, Zoning Board of Appeals or other town boards. The selectmen also meet on most Tuesday nights in the Meeting Room.
At 1 Sylvan St. you can find offices for the accounting, assessor's, code administration, human resources, purchasing, parking clerk, planning, public health, recreation, town clerk, treasurer/collector,town manager and veterans' services departments. The public works director's office is also in Town Hall. Contact information for all offices is online.
The town manager is Wayne Marquis, an institution in his own right - he has eclipsed three decades on the job.