List of trash drop-off locations around Town: Begins Motzei Shabbos

The drop-off sites will be open on Saturday/Sunday/ Monday (Saturday 4pm – Monday 10:30am).






9th Street / Forest Avenue

E. 9th St/ Princeton Avenue

Patrick Park / Vine Street

Brook Road Park

Sunset Road Playground

West Gate / Hillside Blvd

D’Zio Park Locust Street (Monday 6am till 10:30am only)

Public Works Yard (open 7am – 11pm this week) Saturday. The Recycling center/Drop off site will be open around the clock from 7am till Monday 3PM.

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  1. Thank you lakewood township for providing this!
    Can residents of surrounding towns (toms river/Jackson) utilize this wonderful and vital service?

  2. Why are they starting at 4 o’clock in the afternoon on Shabbos? It’s a great service that they do but they our tax dollars pay for it and I don’t believe anybody is going to be dropping off stuff before 8 o’clock at night the earliest.
    As to the question of people from Jackson Toms River exc. I would think that they cannot use it since it is paid for by the taxpayers of lakewood and they would have to have permission from each one

  3. To “Out of Towner”
    This service is paid for by Lakewood taxpayers. If you are paying your taxes to neighboring towns this service should be provided by them.
    Are you seriously suggesting that Toms River, Jackson, Howell and Brick are not providing you with this service? I AM SHOCKED!

  4. To ‘Out Of Towner’

    If surrounding towns (Toms River/Jackson/Brick) are included then maybe the people living in other places (Brooklyn, Staten Island etc) can also use these services. Lakewodd township owers this to it’s citizens who one way or another pay for it. This is awonderful service. The resdidents of Brooklyn NY have many places where they are able to burn the chometz which is is offered only for the citizens of Brooklyn.

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