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Public Works

 Paul A. Juliano, Superintendent of Public Works, CPWM

59 Anderson Avenue
Fairview, NJ 07022

201-943-0857

723 Fairview Avenue
Fairview, NJ 07022

201-945-9090

Louis Aveta, General Supervisor of Public Works

Michael DelVecchio, Supervisor of Public Works

The Department of Public Works is comprised of 7 divisions all of which provide vital services to Borough residents on a daily basis. The divisions are Roads, Sewers, Parks & Playgrounds, Engineering, Buildings & Grounds, Recycling and Sanitation.

  BOROUGH OF FAIRVIEW TRASH AND RECYCLING PICK-UP

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Division of Roads- Includes the maintenance of Borough streets, salting of roads and snow plowing, pot hole repairs, line striping, traffic sign installation and traffic sign maintenance as well as leaf collection at curbside from October 15 continuing through December 15th of each year. This division also provides a 6 day a week street sweeper program that sweeps each Borough street at least twice a week

Click here to view the Road Opening Permit Policy

Click here to view the Road Opening Permit Application

Division of Buildings & Grounds - provides regular maintenance and daily essential cleaning, internal mail and messenger services on a regular basis. Additionally the division has worked to develop a preventive maintenance program for the Borough's HVAC and mechanical systems.

Parks and Playgrounds- works closely with the Department of Recreation to maintain the Borough's 3 parks and 2 athletic fields. This includes planting, fertilizing, grass mowing as well as regular upkeep and cleaning of the parks and as needed repairs to playground rides.

Division of Sewers - has established a comprehensive maintenance plan for nearly 600 storm inlets in the Borough. This division also provides a 24 hour emergency service addressing all sewer backups that occur in the Borough.

Division of Engineering- The Department of Public Work management coordinates the daily engineering activities with the Borough's resident engineering company, Boswell Engineering. The Borough engineer in conjunction with the Department of Public Works diagnoses deficiencies to the Boroughs infrastructure, buildings, roads, sewers and maintenance related to streets. They also establish plans for resurfacing of the roads, the replacement of sewers and all matters relating to the Borough's infrastructure needs.

Division of Sanitation- is managed by the Fairview Public Works and all garbage collections are contracted with Cali Carting. The Borough directs the pickup of trash curbside Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Therefore providing a 2 day-a - week pickup for every Borough resident.

Division of Recycling- provides commingled bottles, cans and plastic recycling collection every Wednesday to all Borough residents. The Department of Public Works also collects cardboard and newspapers separately every Wednesday as well. Effective April 15th and continuing through October 15th . Public Works picks up vegative waste i.e. branches, shrubs and grass.

Please contact the Public Works Department 201-945-9090 to schedule white metal, appliance pickup on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays by appointment 7 A.M. to 3 P.M. All residents may also schedule an appointment to pickup any computers, TV's or batteries on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from the hours of 7 A.M. to 3 P.M

NOTE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING RECYCLING CAN BE DIRECTED TO RUSSELL MARTIN, RECYCLING COORDINATOR OR PAUL JULIANO, PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT AT 201-943-0837.

 

Curbside Recycling

ITEMS THAT CAN BE PLACED IN RECYCLING CONTAINER
FOR PICK UP:

Aluminum, Tin, and Metal cans
Empty Aerosol Cans
Glass Bottles and Jars
Plastic Beverage Containers
Milk and Juice Cartons
Soda, Laundry Detergent, and Bleach Bottles
DO NOT PLACE ITEMS IN PLASTIC BAGS

No styrofoam of any kind in any form

ALL OF THE ABOVE MUST BE EMPTIED AND WASHED TO REMOVE BEVERAGE OR FOOD WASTE.

Newspapers
Must be tied securely.  DO NOT PUT IN PLASTIC BAGS OR PAILS.  Newspapers do not go into the recycling container.  Magazines, soft and hard cover books, and junk mail may be put out with the newspapers.

Cardboard
Must be collapsed and tied, and placed at the curb the same day as the newspapers.  Cardboard and newspapers must be secured to keep them from being blown away by strong winds.

Building Materials
All materials from construction, renovations or demolition, including but not limited to sheetrock, shingles, cabinets, Formica, wood, etc. ARE NOT considered garbage, trash, or refuse and WILL NOT be collected by the Borough.  WE DO NOT PICK UP ANY TYPE OF WOOD INCLUDING FENCING.  THE DISPOSAL AND COST OF DUMPING THESE MATERIALS ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR OR RESIDENT.  Contractors hired by residents are responsible for removing their debris.

RECYCLING NEWS

The Borough of Fairview will commence a weekly pickup of garden debris on Mondays starting on April 15, and continuing thru October 15. Smaller items such as leaves and grass must be placed in biodegradable paper bags or sturdy non-­disposable containers, no heavier than 50 pounds each and placed at the curb. Larger items such as branches and shrubs must be tied in bundles weighing no more than 50 pounds each and 4 feet in length.

All items must be at the curb no later than 7:00 a.m. on the day of collection and no earlier than 6 p.m. of the preceding evening.

By recycling we are doing our part to keep our environment healthy and clean and we are reducing municipal expenses as it costs much less to recycle the items rather than to bring them to a landfill.

If you have any questions, please contact our DPW at (201) 945-9090.

Household Hazardous Waste Collections

2017 Collections

All collection sites open at 9:00 am and close promptly at 3:00 pm. This service is free of charge to Bergen County residents.  ID REQUIRED!

For a list of accepted items, please click here
NOTE: No computers, electronics, or tires will be accepted

Paramus

Location: Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road

SUNDAY APRIL 30, SUNDAY JUNE 25 & SUNDAY OCTOBER 15

Mahwah

Location: Bergen County Campgaw Mountain Reservation, 200 Campgaw Road

SATURDAY MAY 13, SATURDAY JULY 22 & SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9

Moonachie

Location: The foot of Empire Blvd. at the Bergen County Utilities Authority

SATURDAY MARCH 11 & SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18

Businesses: must pre-register prior to attending BCUA sponsored collection events.  No exceptions.  A disposal fee will be charged and collected.  Call 201-807-8696.

All items must be at the curb no later than 7:00 a.m. on the day of collection and no earlier than 6 p.m. of the preceding evening.

By recycling we are doing our part to keep our environment healthy and clean and we are reducing municipal expenses as it costs much less to recycle the items rather than to bring them to a landfill.

If you have any questions, please contact our DPW at (201) 945-9090.

2017 RECYCLING EVENTS

COMPUTERS, ELECTRONICS, TIRES AND DOCUMENT SHREDDING

The Bergen County Utilities Authority will be sponsoring 4 electronics, automobile tires and document shredding recycling events.

Paramus

- Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Rd., Paramus

Sunday April 9 & Saturday August 19

Mahwah

Bergen County Campgaw Mountain Reservation

200 Campgaw Rd., Mahwah

Saturday June 3 & Sunday October 22

Collection Hours: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm   Rain or Shine

 

Fairview Borough Weather

Cloudy

55°F

Cloudy

Humidity: 45%

Wind: 5 mph

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