Township Officials Ask Residents To Ease Snow Cleanup Process

plow_truck_lkwd_tlsIn light of the pending snowstorm, Township officials have reached out to TLS to advise residents how they can assist in ensuring a quick and effective clean-up. Residents are being asked to keep trash bins off the roads and vehicles in the driveways. Homeowners are being asked to share their driveways with neighbors, when possible.

Officials also ask that neighbors be in touch with each other and designate one side of the road to park vehicles, so the plows can avoid ‘zig zags’ and that at least one side of the street can be properly plowed.

Lakewood may get up to 10 inches of snow tonight and into tomorrow morning. TLS.

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  1. Others towns have an automatic call systems telling residents that vehicles are not allowed to be parked on the road during a storm. Why does Lakewood have such a system? This way no one can say that they personally did not know of such law.

  2. Lakewoodtaxpayer
    because not everyone has (can afford0 a nice big driveway like you that fits more then 1 car in it. How about thinking of those that have less then you????

  3. My neighbor has a dead minivan that has been taking up space on my street for close to a year. Our street never gets a good plowing because of him. Is there anything we can do..?

  4. There is no such law that when it’s snowing you can’t park in the street. There are certain streets that might have that law, and the signs. Stop making up laws.

  5. There are signs on many streets including Forest AVe. and Monmouth Ave that prohibit parking during snow removal. And to development neighbor just call Lakewood PD and tell them about the minivan. If it is abandoned it can be towed.

  6. If we want the plows to do a gr8 job, why are we hindering them. I just got home and i saw so many parked cars in the street. This was in Brookhill where there are plenty driveways.
    Please put those cars away if you can.
    Thank you

  7. # 4 call Lt Meyer at 732-363-0200 x 5381 and he will have vehicle towed from street as long as it is a township street. Of course he will be given opportunity to move it off street first.
    Thank you

  8. I didn’t put my garbage cans onto the street as per request and what do you think I saw rolling up my street this morning? I don’t mean to complain but can we get better communication? Maybe the LDPW could utilize the Lakewood E-blasts and text messaging to let people know their schedule. That said, I would like to express my appreciation to all the hard working employees who had my streets plowed and my trash picked up this morning! THANK YOU!

  9. With all the fine, able bodied young men we have here in Lakewood, there should be no problem. Pur a shovel in everyone of these young mens hands and have them shovel. What is it with the youth of today? Let them go and dig out all the cars in the streets. They might even make a little money doing this.

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