3605 Bayshore Ave.
Phone: (609) 266-7800
The Public Works Department provides safe and efficient movement of people and goods within the city and maintains a safe, litter-free environment in the most economical and efficient manner possible. The department functions to maintain and improve a variety of services and infrastructures. It accomplishes these tasks through the divisions of the department: Engineering Services, Fleet Management, Sanitation, Stormwater Services, and Streets, Water & Sewer
With 26 full-time employees and some contracted services, the Public Works Department takes pride in:
Working closely with the Recreation Department, Public Works also maintains municipal beaches parks and playgrounds and provides set up and clean up services for many community special events.
We at the Public Works Department are committed and dedicated to serve the residents and visitors with the utmost professionalism in all aspects of the Island. This is done by assuring the best quality of water and sewer service available, maintaining our widely available recreational facilities and cleanliness of our streets and beaches. We take great satisfaction and pride in all we do to make our community a safe and clean place to live.
Municipal residential trash collection is provided by the City of Brigantine to all single-family, two-family, three-family and four-family detached or attached dwellings. All items must be put out no earlier than 4:00 pm the day prior to collection or by 7:00 am on collection day. Household trash must be in trash containers with lids. Failure to do so may result in a summons.
Recycling will be collected every other week on the same day as your trash.
Trash Pickup Schedule:
Monday: 45th Street South to Bridge
Tuesday: Golf Course area
Wednesday: 14th St. North to 5th Street South
Thursday: 6th Street South to 23rd Street South
Friday: 24th 1/2 alley to 45th Street South
Furniture and most other large items, as long as the items are not construction debris or hazardous waste.
White Goods (appliances), Washers, Dryers, dishwashers and other appliances may be brought to our recycling yard for disposal or they may be scheduled to be picked up by calling the Public Works office at (609) 266-7800.
Bulk trash is scheduled for collection on your trash day limited to two (2) items per collection.
Public Works will NOT pick up construction debris. All construction debris is to be removed by the owner with a dumpster or by a private hauler.
From 4/11/18 to 10/12/18, yard waste gets picked up on Wednesday for 35th Street to the Bridge.
Thursday for 34th St. to 2nd St. South.
Friday for Golf Course and North End.
Tree Limb Removal:
Tree limbs are to be cut and tied up into four-foot bundles, and will be collected on the same schedule as the grass clippings (see above). If you have an excessively large amount of tree trimmings, it is the homeowners’ responsibility to remove.
Hazardous Waste Materials:
Hazardous waste materials include oil-based paints, many cleaning agents, chemicals, etc. The Atlantic County Utilities Authority has a facility to drop off certain hazardous waste materials. Call (609) 272-6950.
If You Miss Your Recycling/Trash Day:
Recyclables (glass, aluminum, plastic, cardboard, and paper) and household trash can be dropped off at the public works yard, located at 3605 Bayshore Avenue, with an entrance on 38th Street. The yard is open 7 days a week from 8:00 am to 4:20 pm.
Batteries can also be dropped off at the public works yard.
Putting Trash Out for Collection Properly:
Your trash should be bagged, and the bags placed in a metal or plastic trash can with a lid. The trash should be put out at the curb no earlier than 4:00 pm on the day before your scheduled trash pick-up, but no later than 7:00 am on the day of your trash pick-up. After your trash has been collected, your trash cans should be removed from curbside/alleyway no later than 12:00 noon on the day after your trash pick-up.
If you have any further questions please call Public Works at (609) 266-7800.
Do you need assistance? Report a pothole, a burned out light, missed refuse collection, sidewalk repair, street sign down, etc…
Please park vehicles off the streets during a winter storm to allow for safe and efficient removal of snow from curb to curb. Also remove trash cans and sports equipment from the roadway. To avoid being plowed in, shovel snow to the right of your driveway (as you are facing the road).
A. Whenever snow has fallen and the accumulation is such that is covers the streets or highway, no vehicle shall be parked on either side of any of the streets or parts thereof described in Schedule XXV (§ 284-61), included herein and made a part of this chapter.
B. The above parking prohibitions shall remain in effect after the snow has ceased until the streets have been plowed sufficiently and to the extent that parking will not interfere with the normal flow of traffic upon the streets as listed below:
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Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm