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Avon Public Works Department
11 Arch Rd, Avon, CT 06001
The Avon Public Works Department is located on the last right turn off of Arch Road at the end of the path.More It serves to keep Avon roads clean and in quality condition, maintains and stores the town vehicles and upkeeps the parks, grounds and ballfields by mowing the grass, landscaping and ensuring that the fields are safe for games. The town garage and sand shed is housed next to the Public Works office building. Public Works is also responsible for the landfill and transfer station on Huckleberry Hill Road. There is also an exchange at the landfill available for residents with permits as a place to unload unwanted items that are trash for some and treasure for others. Salvation Army bins are also stationed at the landfill for making donations. Bruce C. Williams is the Public Works director, Alexander M. Trujillo is the deputy director of Public Works, Robert J. Martin is superintendent of solid waste, Paul Hoekman is the Public Works acting foreman, Paul Welsh and Mike Moran are Public Works foremen.
Fisher Farm
75 Tillotson Rd, Avon, CT 06001
Fisher Farm is a working dairy farm located just off of Old Avon Road. This leased land, spanning 315 acres, is part ofMore the Town of Avon and is overseen by Avon's Department of Recreation and Parks. All of the ponds and fields in this area are restricted for public use.
Avon Landfill
281 Huckleberry Hill Rd, Avon, CT 06001

Public Works is responsible for the More href="http://www.town.avon.ct.us/Public_Documents/AvonCT_DPW/trash">landfill and transfer station on Huckleberry Hill Road. There is also an exchange at the landfill available for residents with permits as a place to unload unwanted items that are trash for some and treasure for others. Salvation Army bins are also stationed at the landfill for making donations.



Avon Historical Society Museum
8 E Main St, Avon, CT 06001

The American Historical Society Museum is comprised of a Living Museum, the Pine Grove School, the History RoomMore located at the Avon Public Library and the Derrin House currently under restoration. The Living Museum was originally a schoolhouse that opened in 1823 and used until 1938. Local citizens worked to save it from demolition in 1981 and helped to dismantle and restore the structure where it is currently located on East Main Street next to the Avon Public Library. The Pine Grove School is located along Route 167 at the corner of Harris and West Avon Road. The structure represents an early 20th century schoolhouse.