News and Announcements
RECYCLING NOTICE: Effective immediately, DeLisa Demolition & Disposal will no longer pick up any recycling material unless it is in the Freehold Borough blue or yellow bucket, or a similar type garbage can. Do not place any recycling materials in any type of bag, whether it is clear plastic or paper. If you do not have a blue or yellow bucket, please call 732 462-4200. We will deliver one to you.
The only acceptable recycling materials will be cardboard, newspaper, bottles, cans, mixed and office paper, and plastics (Code #1-2). None of these may be contaminated with food waste. No other materials will be accepted. NO PLASTIC BAGS AT ALL!
PAPER SHREDDING EVENT FOR BOROUGH RESIDENTS SEPTEMBER 29, 2018:
Borough residents are invited to safely dispose of their unwanted papers and documents at a free paper shredding event to be held on Saturday, September 29th, from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Borough Hall, 51 West Main Street. It is not necessary to remove any staples, paper clips, or rubber bands from your documents.
FREE RABIES CLINIC: The Freehold Borough Health Dept. will host a free rabies clinic for area residents on Thursday, September 13th, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. at the fire house, 49 West Main St. Pets must be 3 years old or older, and dogs must be leashed, and cats must be in containers.
CURBSIDE BRUSH COLLECTION is currently underway in the Borough during the month of July. Branches and limbs, no longer than 4 ft. in length, may be placed at the curb for collection. Do not include any leaves in with the branches and limbs.
Residents also have the option of bringing the brush to the Public Works Yard located at 161 Center St. on the first Saturday of each month between the hours of 7:00 a.m. – noon.
FREEHOLD BOROUGH - RECYCLE COACH
Several changes have been made recently to the recycling regulations in Freehold Borough. Residents are urged to visit our website at freeholdboroughnj.gov/DPW/Recycling.html
to access and download the “Recycle Coach” app, for all the latest information on trash and recycling regulations and schedules in the Borough.
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