Lavallette Public Works
120 Washington Avenue
Business Hours: Monday-Friday
7:00am - 3:00pm
Mailing Address:1306 Grand Central Avenue
Lavallette, NJ 08735
Help Keep Lavallette Clean, Please Do Not Litter.
|Official Borough Holidays|
|New Year’s Day||Martin Luther King Day|
|Lincoln’s Day||Washington’s Day|
|Good Friday||Memorial Day|
|**Fourth of July**||Labor Day|
|Columbus Day||Election Day|
|Veteran’s Day||Thanksgiving Day|
Will Occur on Borough Holidays
Make up collections: If the holiday falls on a Monday the makeup day will be on Tuesday. If the holiday falls on a Tuesday the makeup day will be on Wednesday.
On July 4th holiday there will be regular scheduled collection.
Snow Storm Reminder
All vehicles must be removed from streets when roadway becomes snow covered. Additional parking is available at the municipal parking lots located at President Avenue and Bay Boulevard and Washington Avenue and Bay Boulevard.
Storm Related Residential / Commercial Debris and Construction Material
The deadline for curb side pick of all storm-damaged debris has passed. Pre-Sandy trash and recycling rules are now in effect. All garbage shall be placed in dark – colored, heavy – gauge plastic bags or metal, plastic or vinyl containers that are designed for such purpose with handles and a tight lid. The container shall be no more than fifty (50) gallons in volume. The lid may not be attached in such a manner, such as tied with a rope, string or cord, as to cause a hazard for municipal collection personnel. Garbage placed for municipal collection shall not contain any of the designated recyclable materials, materials resulting from demolition, construction or hazardous waste. Recycling materials shall be place at curbside during your regularly-scheduled recycling pick-up date. All materials resulting from demolition and construction must be disposed of at the property owner’s expense. The Borough will continue to accept clean beach sand. If you have not cleared the sand from your property at this point you will need to contact the Department of Public Works. The Department will inspect and provide guidance on the sand removal and/or disposal on a case by case basis.
of Water Mains will take place at night. Temporary discoloration
of the water may result from flushing, therefore, water should be
allowed to run long enough so as to allow any sediment in the lines
in your home, including laundry areas, to clear.
flushing dates for 2019.
Fall -- October 1st through November 2nd
Don't Feed The Seagulls!
plastic bags are prohibited by ordinance to be left at the curb
for pickup. The gulls attack these bags easily and create an
unsanitary mess. Please use appropriate containers with lids or
dark colored, heavy gauge, plastic bags for your trash.
For your convenience, the Lavallette Recycling Center located at the Public Works Complex accepts regular household waste from 7am to 2:45pm every day.
Please consider using this service to keep our streets and town clean.
Bulk Item Free Cleanup
property owners only. Place items for pickup curbside by 7am on the
date of pickup. No Items Containing Freon; Refrigerators, Freezers, or Air Conditioners.
There is no Bulk Cleanup scheduled. Cleanup Information.
Street Sweeping Program
signs are posted in your area please remove vehicles from roadway.
Your cooperation will help to keep our streets clean and litter free.
Animal Control issues are handled through the Department of Public Works. 732-793-7766. People with an animal control issues are advised to contact the Animal Control Officer in the department of Public Works Monday - Friday from 7am-3pm, or in an emergency the Lavallette Police Department at 732-793-4800.
Related: Animal Licensing
Placing household trash in public litter receptacles is a violation of Borough Code
Do not place household garbage in public litter receptacles. You may bring household garbage and recycling to the recycling center. Your cooperation is necessary to keep our community clean and litter free. A schedule of trash collection for your area of town can be found here. Full Borough Code book can be found here
Located on the corner of Washington and Baltimore Avenue, is open 7 days a week from 7:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Residents can utilize the center to drop off their normal recyclable items. The Recycling Center is a service provided for Residents only. Proof of residency required by Photo ID & Tax or Utility Bill. Recycling Stickers Available at Public Works, The Recycling Center & Borough Hall. More Info.
Single Stream Recycling
The Borough has adopted a “single
stream” policy for the placement of recycling
materials for curbside pickup.
All glass bottles, aluminum cans, tin cans, all plastic containers (PET and HDPE-where the neck is smaller than the body), newspapers, mixed papers, junk mail, shredded papers, cardboard, and magazines can all be placed in one container for curbside pickup.
Ocean County Hazardous Material Disposal
accepted at the household hazardous waste collection sites are:
paints, thinners, boat paints, solvents, pool chemicals,
pesticides and herbicides, aerosol cans, auto products, toilet
and drain cleaners, silver polishes, oven cleaners, photographic
chemicals, rug and upholstery cleaners, polishes and bleaches,
waste oil and used gasoline. Pre-Registration Is Required.
Additional information can be found on the county website at
www.co.ocean.nj.us or by calling 1-800-55-RECYCLE.
Ocean County Document Shredding
Route 35 North and South DOT Maintenance Reporting
Ocean County Recycling
Ocean County Recycles Newsletter (PDF)
newsletter is published quarterly and provides information on current
activities and events occurring in Ocean County’s Solid Waste Management
Program. To be placed on the mailing list, please call the Department
of Solid Waste Management at
732-506-5047 or e-mail them at email@example.com.
Ocean County Recycling Guide
Dear Ocean County resident, Ocean County takes great pride in protecting its environment and we commend you, our citizens, for continuing to do your part in taking care of our natural surroundings. In this guide you will see we have made some changes in our recycling programs including extending the time period of household hazardous waste collections and residential paper shredding. I am hopeful these changes will make the programs more convenient for you and will encourage additional participation. This guide is a useful tool that can answer many of your solid waste disposal and recycling questions. As we approach the summer months, I want to remind you and all of our visitors that recycling happens year round and there is no vacation from recycling. Again, I want to thank you for respecting the environment by participating in the many programs we provide so that items are disposed of safely and properly and the environment remains protected. James F. Lacey, Freeholder Download Recycling Guide