1. Farmers to Families Event(s)

    The City of Bristol is partnering with United Way to bring free food to those who live in Bristol and surrounding communities on the following dates: July 17th 2pm-7pm at Terryville Fairgrounds; July 20th 4pm-7pm Public Works Yard 95 Vincent P. Kelly Road Read on...
  2. Help Transform Our Community Walk Audit

    Your input is needed to help make Bristol a more pedestrian-friendly community for all residents! This August, choose a Bristol neighborhood in one of the four districts to walk, jog, or bike. Record the streets you cover and any issues you encounter Read on...
  3. City Hall Announces Re-Open Plan

    City Hall will be re-opened to the public on Monday, July 6, 2020. We encourage people to continue to request services and assistance by phone, email, mail, and our online submission forms when able to, to cut down on traffic in the building. Read on...
  4. Bristol's Solar For All to Launch June 10th

    Bristol residents, city departments, non-profits and community organizations are invited to learn about Connecticut's Solar for All Program that offers solar power and energy efficiency measures to all homeowners... Read on...
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Contact Us

  1. Director of Public Works
    Raymond A. Rogozinski, P.E. 
    Ph: 860-584-6125
    RaymondRogozinski@bristolct.gov

    Administrative Office
    Ph: (860) 584-6125
    Email: publicworks@bristolct.gov


    Street Emergency/Dispatch 
    Ph: (860) 584-7791

    Regular Hours

    Monday - Friday 
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Summer Hours (Memorial Day - Labor Day)
    8:00 - 5:00 Mon - Thurs
    8:00 - 2:00 Friday
    City Holidays

Public Works Services