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The Department of Public Facilities was created in 2007 upon agreement between the Board of Selectmen and the School Committee and subsequently approved by Tow Meeting. The department was established to more efficiently manage operations of both school and municipal buildings. With oversight for approximately 1.25 million square feet of space, the DPF is responsible for custodial services, building maintenance and repairs, support of capital projects, and day-to-day project management for new construction and major renovations. Public Facilities oversees all school and municipal buildings including the senior center, library, fire department, police station and town hall.