Call To Schedule Bulky Pick Up Ward 3 For August 21st

Ward 3 pick up is on 8/21/17 - schedule now

Appointments must be made by 3pm the Thursday prior to your pick-up

Bulky Pick up is by APPOINTMENT ONLY.  Please e-mail the Department of Public Works at dpw@ourclark.com or call 732-428-8402 to make your reservation for pick up no later than 3:00 PM the Thursday before your ward’s scheduled pickup date.   There are no exceptions to this policy.

 

Should there be inclement weather during the winter months, your bulky items will have to be rescheduled.

WE PICK UP

Furniture,  storm screens and windows. Rugs (cut up and tied) doors, windows, toys, garden tools.

WE DO NOT PICK UP

Mattresses, box springs, appliances, propane tanks, automobile parts, tires, railroad ties, concrete, logs, dirt, rocks paint cans (latex and oil base), materials resulting from demolition, alterations or repairs to buildings or other structures (i.e., kitchen, bathroom remodeling; no toilets, tubs, sinks, etc.)

All bulky items should be placed between the curb and sidewalk (not in the street) in boxes, bags, containers, etc., not loose in the street.

Contact Information
  1. Pat Korley
  2. 732-428-8402
  3. dpw@ourclark.com
Mon, August 14
7:00 am — 1:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 08/14/2017 7:00am 08/14/2017 1:00pm America/New_York Call To Schedule Bulky Pick Up Ward 3 For August 21st

Ward 3 pick up is on 8/21/17 - schedule now

Appointments must be made by 3pm the Thursday prior to your pick-up

Bulky Pick up is by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please e-mail the Department of Public Works at dpw@ourclark.com or call 732-428-8402 to make your reservation for pick up no later than 3:00 PM the Thursday before your ward’s scheduled pickup date. There are no exceptions to this ...

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