*** Trash Collection Changes Effective July 11, 2022 ***
Please be advised that in accordance with Borough Ordinance No 1608, DPW personnel cannot enter into fenced yards with either pools or pets to collect trash and recycle bins, effective on July 11, 2022.
We request that you place your trash and recycling cans outside the fenced areas on the morning of your regular trash day to be collected by DPW Personnel. The cans will be returned to the location that you placed them.
The Solid Waste Convenience Center, located on 81st Street near Third Avenue, is also available for your use seven days a week.
TRASH SCHEDULE (SUMMER) : May 21st, 2023 – September 16th, 2023
80th to 93rd – Ocean to Bay (Pennsylvania, Linden, Sunset) …. Monday and Thursday
94th to 104th (300 and 400 blocks) – Ocean to Bay Seng, Sunrise, Sunset, Berkley, Charles, Corinthian, Golden Gate) …. Tuesday and Friday
104th (100 and 200 blocks) to 122nd – Ocean to Bay (Sunset, Chelsea Place, Paradise, Stone, Weber, Bower) ….. Wednesday and Saturday
Beach and Street receptacles….Daily
Commercial – 6 days (Sunday by Request)
Trash in plastic bags must be placed in rigid receptacles with tight-fitting covers.
Do not place any trash or recyclables curbside! The Borough provides “rear yard” pickup. We ask that you put your address/house number on your trash cans and lids. It helps returning your cans/lids to your property shall they become airborne during any storm events in Stone Harbor.
Do not place any trash or recyclables curbside! The Borough provides “rear yard” pickup. We ask that you put your address/house number on your trash cans and lids. It helps returning your cans/lids to your property should they become airborne during any storm events in Stone Harbor.
BACK TO WINTER SCHEDULE : September 17, 2023 – December 31st, 2023
LITTER FREE NJ
New Jersey’s bag ban is an enormous success, with expectations that 8.4 billion single-use bags each year will be removed from the state’s waste stream. To help spread the word about this important law, we have developed a short video in partnership with the NJ Food Council. opens in a new windowCheck it out!
The “Litter Free NJ” campaign is the New Jersey Clean Communities Council’s new single use plastic and paper bag ban outreach campaign, which has a simple message: Bring your own reusable bag(s) when you shop.
This campaign educates and reminds consumers about their options for sustainability at the checkout counter. Consumers can bring their own reusable bags when they shop and recycle their plastic bags.
The statewide ban on disposable bags went into effect on May 4, 2022, creating an effective and uniform sustainable policy for all shoppers and business owners in NJ. Reducing waste and litter statewide is a good thing; “This smart, uniform statewide law preempts all local ordinances.” said New Jersey Food Council CEO Linda Doherty, who is also president of the New Jersey Clean Communities Council.
Monday, March 13, 2023; Monday, May 8, 2023; Monday, September 18, 2023 and Monday, October 16, 2023. Curbside placement of old furniture, appliances and “junk” should be done within 72 hours prior to these dates. Construction debris will not be removed.
BULK TRASH CANNOT BE SET OUT AT ANY OTHER TIME (RGO 5-7.2)
No household hazardous waste, propane or paint is picked up for disposal. Call 609-368-7311 for details and instructions.