Schedule update from the Lakewood DPW

There will be no special pre-Pesach bulk pick up. If you have bulk garbage to dispose of, please bring it to the Resident Drop off (also known as the Hill).

The Resident Drop Off currently has extended hours through the week, from 7:30 am until 8pm. These hours are for Monday thru Friday only. Saturday and Sunday hours remain the same

Starting Monday April 6th, the resident drop off will be open from 7:30am and will stay open until Wednesday April 8th 12pm.

Here is a list of what you can bring to the resident drop off:

Pallets, tires and rims separated. Couches, chairs, sofas, doors, tables, all household furniture All household electronics and E-Waste. All metal, refrigerators, grills, and other household appliances. There are special containers for clothes and shredded paper.

Prohibited items that the Resident drop off cannot accept are:

Paint, household chemicals, commercial construction and/or demolition material, large amounts of wood, cabinets, drywall, sheetrock, plaster and concrete.

Please do not put bulk trash out unless you have a scheduled appointment.

All materials brought to and/or picked up by Lakewood Township Public Works can be denied at the discretion of its management.

Due to the current health crisis, the above times and dates may be subject to change.

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  1. A number of households in Zone 1 saw yesterday’s post saying there would be bulk pick-up today. I called DPW at 8:30 am to verify and and give my address. The clerk took my information and said the trucks would be around for bulk later today. Then it rained. So there is now a big pile of wet stuff on the curb. And I am not alone. Obviously there are bigger problems in the world, but this is aggravating.

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