Highway / Cemetery / Sewer Department
The Town of Dalton Highway/Cemetery/Sewer Department is responsible for the maintenance and improvement of part of the town’s infrastructure: roads, sewers, drainage, cemeteries, and parks. The Highway department provides maintenance, plowing and sanding of streets, along with cleaning and improving sewer and drainage systems.
Check the Forms & Permits at the bottom of the page for downloadable applications and forms pertaining to this department.
Sealer of Weights & Measures
The Sealer of Weights and Measures periodically checks all of the Town of Dalton businesses’ weights and measuring devices. This Department checks to be sure all meters, pumps, scales and measuring devices are accurate. Once accuracy is ascertained, the measuring devices, whether meters, pumps, scales, or weights, are sealed.
The winter parking ban is in effect from 15 November to 15 April. Any cars parked at the side of any road between 1 and 6 a.m. may be towed at the owner’s expense.
The cemeteries in the Town of Dalton include Ashuelot, Main Street, Fairview, and East Main Street.
Directions from Main Street (Routes 8/9):
Ashuelot: located at end of Ashuelot Street. Take Park Avenue, then left on Ashuelot Street to end.
Main Street: located at corner of Main and Park Avenue. Enter from Main, Park, or take Flansburg Avenue from Main and then left on Willis Street.
Fairview: located on Curtis Street. Take Curtis from Main. Entrance is on left across from Pinegrove Park.
East Main Street: located on Main Street east of Depot Street. No longer used.
Cemetery matters are governed by the Cemetery Board of Trustees, whose 3 members are elected for a 3-year term. Current members are listed in the Elected Officers list maintained by the Town Clerk’s office. The trustees normally meet on the second Friday of each month at 10:00 am at the Main Street Cemetery office. You may contact the trustees at 413-684-6117.