Department Of Public Works
The Department of Public Works was created to merge the Parks Department with the Highway Department. Lead by Superintendent Steve Gallagher, the department works in the wee hours of the morning when most of us are barely peeking at the light of dawn, emptying garbage pales, cutting the lawns, sweeping the streets, watering flowers, paving potholes, replacing drainage drywells, removing snow, leaves, branches and debris from our roadways and doing all the jobs that make Port Jefferson shine first thing in the morning. The labor crew is diverse and seasoned, and you will see them wearing bright yellow/green tops when working to not only identify them, but to keep them from harms way.
In the winter time, our crew is called out to remove snow from both our roads and parking lots. Roads in Port Jefferson are maintained meticulously as it is a priority for our schools and hospitals to be accessible in the inclement weather.
The Department of Public works is busy round the clock working to sustain and improve Port’s infrastructure, roads and numerous amenities. They work hard. Next time you see a truck with a few yellow/green dressed workers, pull up and say “thanks” – or give a friendly beep on your horn. Remember, we are all in this together!
For more information about the Department of Public Works contact (631) 473-4733 or email Michele Carmody firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trash removal, litter removal, street sweeping B.I.D.
7 days week- 20 garbage cans and 20 recycle cans
Uptown-Main St/Texaco and Linden, Perry St, LIRR lots, Perry St, P. lot, Oakland Ave, Sheep Pasture Rd., Country Rd Downtown-Main St, Arden Pl, E. Main St., E and W. Broadway, Barnum Ave, Mariners Way, Roessner La, Wynne La.
The Gap lot, Season lot, Bakers Alley lot, Arden Resident lot, Starbucks lot, stairways to East Main, Rocketship Park
Suffolk paving will begin paving on Soundview ave 9/19/17. All local traffic and residents will be allowed through. Short delays may occur.
Strip paving and pothole repair
Call 631-473-4733 to report a problem for repair
Tree trimming and removal in R.O.W.
Call 631-473-4733 to report a problem
If tree is in wires or near wires we can not remove them, please call PSEG at 800-490-0075
Snow removal-plowing /sanding
11 trucks with plows and 8 trucks with plows and sanders
insert safety sheet, no vehicles may be parked on any street within the village during a declared snow emergency event
Priority: main roadways- to keep roads open and safe for all emergency services and public transportation
Second concern is residential areas to provide access to and from home, work and school as well as all emergency services,
Third parking lots to provide access to businesses and parking for residents who live in the business district.
Sidewalk clearing —VOPJ in conjunction with B.I.D.
VOPJ clears any sidewalks in front of PJ-owned properties; sidewalks are cleared of snow in B.I.D. district paid for by the B.I.D. Property and storeowners are still responsible to maintain in front of their property removing snow and salt sanding as per village code
Place Christmas trees at your curb for pickup and your garbage carter will remove them
Washer, dryer, dishwasher, refridgerator, microwave, hot water heater.
We do not pick up televisions! We do not enter privately maintained communities.
R.O.W. Roadside Maint. Mowing
Tractor with Alamo cutting attachment — wooded areas along main roads within VOPJ
Storm drain maint — how to help
Please keep storm drains in front of your home free and clear of debris and garbage. Storm drains provide rain water and melted snow water to flow freely away from our streets to prevent flooding and ice conditions in the winter months.
Sump/recharge basin cleaning-please call 631-473-4733
2019 Fall Branch Program
INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF PORT JEFFERSON HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF PORT JEFFERSON
2019 FALL BRANCH PROGRAM
West Side: 10/28-11/1 From Setauket line to W/S of Main St.
Mid-Town: 11/4-11/8 E/S Main St. to W/S of Belle Terre Rd.
East Side: 11/11-11/15 E/S Belle Terre Rd. to E/S Village Boundary
Please have branches out prior to start date of your area, as we will only be through your area on those dates and can not be on every street every day.
No branches will be picked up before October 28th or after November 15th.
Next branch pick up in April 2020. NO exceptions!!!
Port Jefferson Village Highway Department
2019 Loose Leaf Program
INC. VILLAGE OF PORT JEFFERSON HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND IS OUR
2019 “LOOSE” LEAF PROGRAM SCHEDULE
PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL NO LONGER PROVIDE PAPER LEAF BAGS
Residents who choose to bag their leaves must place them in BIODEGRADABLE PAPER leaf bags
🍁Bags must be filled with leaves🍁
The village will NOT pick up bags containing other debris
DUE TO WEATHER AND EQUIPMENT BREAKDOWN THE DPW IS RUNNING BEHIND SCHEDULE AND WILL STILL TRY TO COMPLETE THE PROGRAM PRIOR TO THE HOLIDAYS.
East Side: 11/25 – 12/06 – E/S Belle Terre Rd. to E/S of Village Boundary. Starting at North Country
Heading North towards Belle Terre
EAST SIDE HAS BEEN COMPLETED
Mid Town: 12/09 – 12/13 – E/S Main St. to W/S Belle Terre Rd.
Between Belle Terre Rd. & Main St.,
starting Grant & Bleeker heading South
MID TOWN WAS PICKED UP AHEAD OF SCHEDULE AND ANOTHER PASS WILL BE DONE
West Side: 12/16 – 12/20 – From Setauket Line to W/S Main St.
Starting Sheep Pasture Rd. heading North
towards West Broadway
WEST SIDE HAS STARTED TO BE PICKED UP
Keep the Streets Debris Free: No Loose Leaves or Bags Curbside
7 Days Prior to your Scheduled Start Date (Village Code Section 215-14d).
Branch Pickup is Separate from Leaf Program**Next Branch Pickup will be in April 2020**
Questions? Please Call (631) 473-4733
The Port Jefferson Highway Department, 88 North Country Rd.
Once we pass through your area we will not return to pick up loose leaves
If you bag your leaves in plastic your carter will pick them up.
Thank you for your cooperation!