The Department of Public Works has a group of dedicated professionals who aim to protect the quality of life for the residents of the Borough of Sayreville. These men and women take great pride in their job in order to protect the health, safety and well-being of all residents in our community.
The Department of Public Works consists of the following divisions:
Buildings and Grounds
2020 ROAD EVALUATION
Our goal is to provide services to our residents in an efficient and courteous manner.
We welcome your questions and comments and encourage you to contact us either through email or the
DPW office Monday through Friday
from 8 am to 4 pm
RESIDENT ADVISOR PORTABLE SPORTS EQUIPMENT
PLEASE REMOVE ALL EQUIPMENT SUCH AS BASKETBALL HOOPS, HOCKEY GOALS, ETC. FROM THE STREET FROM NOVEMBER 30TH. UNTIL MARCH 31ST.
THIS WILL ELIMINATE ANY DAMAGE TO THE SPORTS EQUIPMENT AND TO THE TRUCKS WHILE PLOWING SNOW DURING WINTER MONTHS.
ALL PORTABLE SPORTS EQUIPMENT MUST BE LOCATED AT LEAST 10 ST. FROM THE EDGE (CURB) OF STREET.
THE BOROUGH WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT LEFT IN THE STREET
A NOTE FROM JCP&L - Streetlights brighten up a community, keeping it attractive and safe. Help us ensure streetlights are working as they should by letting us know about lights that are in need of repair. If you see a streetlight out, please contact us. We will repair it as quickly as possible. Most streetlight outages can be repaired within a few days, but sometimes it can take longer if equipment needs to be replaced. Together, we can keep the streets bright at night.
Call our automated outage reporting line at 1-888-LIGHTS (1-888-544-4877). For faster service, use the phone number associated with your account and say "streetlight" after the greeting.
Visit www.jcp-l.com. Under Outages, click on "Report Lighting Problem".
When you contact us, let us know:
1) your name and phone number
2) address where the streetlight is located
3) the number on the pole
4) what is wrong with the streetlilght
Your JCP&L Area Manager
Please find posted the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SPPP)