Public Works Department
John Fantacone C.P.W.M
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250 Hollister Rd
Teterboro, New Jersey 07608
Office: (201) 288-0628
Emergency Cell Phone:
M-F: 6:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Teterboro Department of Public Works (DPW) garage and offices are located at 250 Hollister Road.
The DPW is directly responsible for maintaining the Borough's streets and roads, buildings and grounds, sanitary sewer and drainage.
- Residential Recycling
- Snow Plowing / Salting
- Pothole Repair
- Street Sweeping
- Traffic Safety
- General Maintenance Of Municipal Buildings And Grounds.
- Sanitary Sewer And Pump Station(s) Maintenance and Management.
- Stormwater Management Vincent Place Pump Station/ Catch Basins And Stormwater Conveyances.
The public works department will pick up recycling during normal work hours at curbside every Wednesday.
Glass bottles, aluminum cans, tin cans and plastic bottles - which can be comingled and placed in containers free of garbage and food waste.
Newspaper, magazines, office paper and junk mail which can be comingled and placed in containers
Cardboard: Loose or bundled
Leaves: Bagged only in plastic bags or paper bags
Residental Garbage Collection
Contracted Garbage Hauler
Joseph Smentkowski, Inc.
160 James Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07307
Residential garbage, waste and refuse only will be picked up every Monday and Friday between the hours of 6:00 am and 5:00 pm.
Bulky trash, which includes household furnishings, appliances, building materials, construction and demolition materials, wood scraps, carpet, furniture, bed mattresses, box springs, lumber, etc. Will only be picked up on the second Monday of each month.
Bagged leaves, grass clippings, and branches will be picked up every Wednesday by the Public Works Department
Household Hazardous Waste
The Bergen County Utilities Authority offers a household hazardous waste collections program for all other hard to dispose of materials and waste free to Bergen County residents. Call the BCUA environmental program hotline at 201-807-5825 or you can visit them online at BCUA.org for collection dates, drop off locations and accepted materials.
Route 46 Pothole Information
Potholes on Route 46 are maintained by the New Jersey Department of Transportation. To file a highway maintenance report, please visit NJDOT Pothole Repair.