Bartlett Street Reconstruction Project

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Bartlett Street Project Preconstruction Public Meeting, March 27, 2024 
Go to the video of the meeting or the presentation link in the right-hand column of this page.


Daily closure, 7 am to 5 pm, of Bartlett Street between Woodbury Ave. and Hodgdon Brook continues through June 28, 2024. The road will remain closed for out-bound traffic (Cate St to Dennett St), but the in-bound traffic lane will be open. There is a detour in place and the road is re-opened every night.

Access provided to properties within the construction zone.

Update June 6, 2024:

Hodgdon Brook to Pine Street:

  • Installation of sewer main -- complete

  • Sewer services – scheduled for completion by June 7

  • Water main work – June 10 to 14

  • Morning Street tie-ins – June 17 to 21

  • Water services work – June 24 to 28

Project Description:

This project includes the reconstruction of underground public utilities (water, sewer, drainage) on Bartlett Street from Hodgdon Brook to Dennett Street, and Thornton Street from Woodbury Avenue to Bartlett Street. This will also include connections to existing utilities on side streets of Morning Street, Clinton Street, Pine Street, Meredith Way and Woodbury Ave. The project also consists of reconstructing the streetscape, including curbing, sidewalks, reconstructing the roadway and traffic calming measures.

Bartlett Street project area

Project Manager:
Marc Batchelder, Project Manager

Start: April 9, 2024

Estimated Completion: Substantial: November 2024 Final: June 2025

Estimated Cost: $4,600,000

Funding Source:

Design Engineer: Marc R. Batchelder, P.E. / In-House Staff

Construction Engineer: Altus Engineering, LLC

Contractor: Albanese D&S, Inc.

Following the December 9, 2022 meeting, the City is moving forward with further discussion on this design option. 

Bartlett Street design option 3

For information on the Bartlett-Cate Street Intersection Project, visit this page.