To prevent accidents and strain, do not attempt to remove fallen trees.
Recycling is picked up by the County and is not affected by this change. NOTICE TO MOUNT LAUREL RESIDENTS. Trash cans cannot weigh anymore than 50 lbs. and bags should not weigh anymore than 45 to 50 lbs. Trash should not be placed at the curb any earlier than 24 hours before scheduled pick-up. 06/19/ Downed branches and limbs from the June 16, storm may be disposed of at the following locations: Bellevue: You can drop off tree debris on Cedar Island or Rose Lane through pm on Monday.
To assist us in providing the most thorough service possible, we ask citizens and those employed in the City to do the following at first sign of significant snowfall.
Starting on Tuesday, you can drop off tree debris at Hayworth Park North of softball park. Also Tuesday, curbside pickup for tree limbs no longer than 6 ft long. Starting January of the Township holds a hazardous material drop-off on the first and third Saturday of every month (unless a holiday weekend at which it will be moved to the following weekend).
Drop-off is at the Recycling Center on Midlantic drive. Hours of operation for the drop-off are am to pm. Residents are required to show proof of residency at the drop-off. Tree limbs, stumps, and clean lumber (not painted or pressure treated), and shrubs/bushes, such as Laurel, Scotch Broom, Salal, etc, are 20 per cubic yard.
Grass is not accepted. Recycling. Glass and Cardboard are free. Co-Mingled Recycling accepted at Recycle Center only.
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Our goal is to protect our natural resources. And to protect the most vulnerable of our citizens. It's something we're constantly striving to achieve. That's a high bar. But you wouldn't have it any other way. Disease, decay, and drooping tree limbs pose a hazard to people, traffic, and other trees. Public Works maintains these trees for health, beauty, and safety. Private citizens, businesspeople, or their contractors must not fell, cut, trim, prune, plant, move, or remove trees of the streetscape.
Rather, call Public Works to request same.