P: (201) 391-4977
F: (201) 391-8830
188 Pascack Rd
Woodcliff Lake, NJ
The Department of Public Works is responsible for the operation and functioning of the Borough’s municipal infrastructure (roadways, storm drainage, 40 miles of sanitary sewerage including 5 Pump stations, recycling and solid waste collection and disposal). There are over 175 Borough streets, comprising more than 40 miles of roadway infrastructure. The Department provides for the maintenance, repair and improvement of the existing infrastructure.
(201) 391.4977, ext 300
Chris Behrens, CPWM, DPW Supt
Dave Linko, DPW Foreman
Weekly Garbage Pickup Schedule:
Zone A: Mon. / Zone B: Tues.
Zone C: Thurs. / Zone D: Fri.
TBD for 2023.
PLASTIC BAGS continue to be a problem. When placing paper at the curb for pickup on recycling collection day, do not use plastic bags. The Borough is being fined for plastic bags as contamination. No plastic bags into bins at the recycling center.
Electronics are accepted for drop off.
Bulky Cleanup Collection Rules and Acceptable Items:
The following must be at the curb by 6 am on collection dates: bulky trash, household furnishings and equipment, other material/items that are not regular garbage, bundled brush no longer than 4 feet in length or brush in cans to be emptied, bundled lumber no larger than 4 feet in length and not exceeding 50 lbs. Appliances: Refrigerator and freezer doors must be removed. All items must be neatly placed at the curb. Garbage must be in containers or bags, not boxes and not loose on the ground.
NOT ACCEPTABLE on bulky cleanup dates:
Grass, leaves, stone, masonry, building materials by contractors/construction, roof shingles. These must be disposed of by private contractor/hauler. Boxes are recycled on recycling days and are not acceptable for bulky collections. Do not place boxes out with garbage in them or near bulky items. If bulky day coincides with a recycling day for cardboard then these materials must be separated for the separate collection trucks. Electronics are not collected at the curb. They must be dropped off at the Ecology Center per the NJDEP regulations.