Public Works

Director of Public Works
Tom McNaughton

Asst. Superintendent
Toby Peacock

Supervisor of Public Works
Brian Hood 

Supervisor of Buildings & Grounds
Brian Hood

Supervisor of Streets & Roads
John Kurth

Fleet Supervisor
Judson Parker

Department of Public Works
500 Pemberton-Browns Mills Rd.
Pemberton, NJ 08068

Phone:  609.894.7968
Facsimile:  609.894.2703

Yard Hours:  Tues, Wed, Fri & Sat 9am - 2pm
& Thursday 2pm - 7pm 

Office Hours:  Monday - Friday
7am - 3:30pm

**NOTE: Public Works offices remain closed to the public until further notice.

Proof of residency is required to drop off any item at the Public Works yard

The following items can be dropped off at the Public Works yard for a fee:

Car tires off the rim 19” or less
Car tires on the rim 19” or less
Truck tires off the rim 19” to 25”
Truck tires on the rim 19” to 25”
Larger tires on/off the rim >25”
Propane Tank
1 Gallon Paint Can
5 Gallon Paint Can
Ballasts w/light fixture
Ballasts w/o light fixture
Anti-freeze 
$5.00 per tire
$8.00 per tire
$8.00 per tire
$12.00 per tire
$25.00 per tire
$16.00 per bottle
$3.00 per can
$7.00 per can
$4.00 per unit
$2.00 per unit
$2.00 per gallon 


Other items that can be dropped off for free include:

 
Brush, Waste Oil, Scrap Metal, TV's, Electronics, Computers and Car Batterie

 2020 Leaf Collection Schedule

Pemberton Township DPW no longer collects leaves in the Spring.  All leaf collection is done in the Fall.  Leaves can be brought to the Public Works yard during yard hours listed above.

Curbside Brush Pick-Up

Information regarding our Residential Chipping Policy can be found here

Recycling Information

Recycling Items can be dropped off 24 hours a day.  Cardboard, paper, magazines, paperback books, plastics, glass, and aluminum may be placed in appropriate containers at no charge.  Receptacles are located behind the Municipal Building in front of the Public Works gate.
 
Snow Emergency Parking Information 

In accordance with the provisions of § 182-22, the following regulations shall govern parking during "snow emergencies," which shall be defined to occur any time snow has fallen and the accumulation is such that a coating exists on any street in the Township.

A. If the property enjoys a driveway, then vehicles must be parked in the driveway.

B. In the event that the driveway is not large enough to accommodate all vehicles, or if the property does not have a driveway, then when a snow emergency exists, all vehicles are to be parked on the even-numbered side of the street and will be prohibited from parking on the odd-numbered side of the street.These regulations shall apply to all streets within the Township’s jurisdiction.

Paving Operations on Ridgeview
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