DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (DPW)
Interim Superintendent Kevin Carey
713 North Atlantic Avenue, Collingswood, NJ 08108
Hours: Monday to Friday, 7am to 3pm
To report an issue (such as brush pickup , clogged storm drains, hanging tree limbs, park issues, potholes, etc.) to Public Works use the Resident Self Service feature here. For info on trash, recycling and leaf and brush collection see the menus on the left.
The Public Works Department provides residents services such as paving roads, snow removal, maintenance and repairs of sanitary and storm sewers, buildings and grounds, leaf and brush collection, clean communities program, tree trimming (on Borough property only), street maintenance, grass cutting and general duties in an effort to keep Collingswood beautiful and running smooth.
June 8, 2021
Temporary Trash Collection Schedule:
The Collingswood DPW Trash Team is in full swing collecting trash, recyclables and yard debris throughout the Borough. Despite the high temperatures and daunting workload, our crew continues the difficult job of catch up from the lack of service the Borough received from Seaside Waste.
Please take note of the temporary collection plan in place:
- Regular trash is being picked up on your normal schedule.
- Wednesday (not a regular trash day for anyone in town), we will be catching up on recycling and grass/brush left from Monday and Tuesday's normal schedule.
- On Thursday and Friday, plan is to pick up trash, recyclables and grass/brush on the regular day.
- On Saturday and Sunday, we will be catching up on recyclables and grass/brush remaining from Thursday and Friday schedule.
We appreciate your patience as our crews continue to collect. Please continue to report issues through the "Report an Issue" button on Collingswood.com or by contacting the Borough.
The Borough is hiring sanitation workers starting at $18 per hour! Please visit our employment opportunities page to apply for a position today.
The Borough will pick up old Christmas trees placed at curbside on regular trash days. Call public works at 856-858-0533 for more info. To prepare your Christmas trees for chipping, remove all lights, decorations, nails and tree stands. Do not cover trees with plastic bags.
To report a pot hole, please call 856-858-0533 or email email@example.com. You can also use our Report an Issue self service here.
The Borough maintains approximately 25 miles of local roads. However, the Camden County Highway Department and the State Department of Transportation are responsible for the following roads:
South Newton Lake Drive
North Newton Lake Drive
South Park Drive
State of New Jersey DOT:
White Horse Pike
To report a pot hole or other problem on any of these roads, please call:
856-566-2980 for Camden County roads
856-486-6630 for State roads