Fanwood Public Works Department 1 Fanwood Pl, Fanwood, NJ07023 The Fanwood Public Works Department handles bulk waste, recycling, signage, road repairs and other similar work around…More town. The director is Clinton Dicksen.
Scotch Plains Public Works Department 430 Park Ave, Scotch Plains, NJ07076 The Scotch Plains Public Works Department is located inside the Township's main building on Park Avenue. It is…More responsible for recycling, cleanups, limb and brush pickup, leaf collection, snow and ice removal, household hazardous waste disposal, computer and electronic recycling and more.
Scotch Plains Public Works Department handles the township's annual leaf, branch, brush and gumball pickups, as well…More as snow removal. It is also in charge of road repairs, signage, recycling and other similar work across town. The director of the department is Kevin Ward.
For recycling information, residents can call the recycling hotline at 1-888-738-7348. This toll free number is available 24 hours a day. Information about limb and brush pickup, leaf collection, snow and ice removal, household hazardous waste disposal, computer and electronic recycling and more can be found on the department's website.
Scotch Plains Township Administration 430 Park Ave, Scotch Plains, NJ07076 The Scotch Plains Office of the Municipal Manager is responsible for coordinating the day-to-day operations of the…More municipality and delivery of public services to the residents. The municipal manager is appointed by the Township Council. Some major duties and responsibilities include implementing the policies of the governing body, supervising and coordinating the work of all Township departments, personnel and personnel policies, preparation of the annual budget and capital budget, contract negotiations and more. The current municipal manager is Christopher Marion.
Memorial Park 2435 Plainfield Ave, Scotch Plains, NJ07076 Located on Plainfield Avenue right by the Scotch Plains Department of Public Works, Memorial Park is a unique property…More because it was once classified as a brownfield, or contaminated site. Because of the township’s efforts, this site was not only cleaned for recreational use, but it was chosen by the DEP in 2003 as an example of what communities should strive towards. This field includes a Little League diamond, a full-sided soccer field inlay, bathroom facilities and, its most recent addition, a playground.