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Category: Department of Public Works

Category: Department of Public Works

Roads and Snow Removal

Operations Division – Roads 973-694-6909 Snow Desk 973-694-6909 x 4310 Only active during snow events This group provides for the maintenance and repair of all municipal public roads within the Township including all pavement and asphalt berm repairs. This Division also provides snow removal and sanding or salting operations as needed. During large snow events, the Snow Desk is staffed

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Drainage and Waterways

Operations Division – Drainage and Waterways 973-694-6909201 Dey Road The Drainage and Waterways crews maintain the Township storm drainage systems that are within public roadways or public easements. The storm drainage pipes and inlets are repaired as needed and cleaned on a routine basis to remove any debris or blockages that accumulate in the system. The Township brooks, streams, culverts,

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Traffic Signals and Signage

Operations Division – Traffic 973-694-6909201 Dey Road The Township owns and maintains 41 signalized traffic intersections within the Township. The Traffic crew is responsible for maintaining, servicing, and repairing the signals. The Township also maintains all street signage within the Township including street signs, parking signs, stop signs, speed limit signs, and other regulatory and advisory signage. The Township also

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Division of Operations

201 Dey Road973-694-6909 The Division is headed by the Superintendent of Operations, with offices located within the Public Works Garage at 201 Dey Road. The Division of Operations is responsible for the following: Roads and Snow Removal:Maintenance and repair of Township roads, sidewalks and curbs. This group also is responsible for and snow and ice removal. Drainage and Waterways:Maintenance and

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Sump Pumps Connections Prohibited

The Sanitary Sewer System is designed for sanitary wastewater only. The Code of the Township of Wayne and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection prohibit the connection of sump pumps, storm water drains, roof drains, foundation drains, surface runoff, or ground water drains to the sanitary sewer system. When storm related flows and sump pumps are allowed to discharge into

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Information on Lead in Drinking Water

How does Lead get into drinking water? Lead can enter drinking water when service pipes that contain lead corrode, especially where the water has high acidity or low mineral content that corrodes pipes and fixtures. The most common problem is with brass or chrome-plated brass faucets and fixtures with lead solder, from which significant amounts of lead can enter into

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Water Pollution Control – Sewer Treatment Plant

(973) 694-6253 The Division is headed by the Superintendent of Water Pollution Control, with offices located within the treatment plant facility at 205 Dey Road. This Division operates and maintains the 13.5 million gallon per day Mountain View Wastewater Treatment Facility on Dey Road. This facility treats all sanitary wastes and includes primary settling tanks, equalization basins, aeration tanks, final

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Division of Water and Sewer

201 Dey Road973-694-5090 The Division is headed by the Supervisor of Water and Sewer Operations, with offices located within the Public Works Building at 201 Dey Road. The Division of Water and Sewer operates and maintains the drinking water and sanitary sewer systems throughout the Township to provide the residents with clean drinking water and sanitary facilities. The Township water

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Engineering

(973) 694-1800, Ext. 3336 The Division of Engineering provides technical, engineering, and surveying services to the Department of Public Works and its Divisions. This Division prepares plans and specifications for a variety of public works and other improvement projects, including the Township’s annual Road Resurfacing and Sidewalk Replacement programs, and supervises and inspects all work done. The Division also maintains and

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Road Resurfacing Program

The Township has started the above subject paving program.  Below is in alphabetical order a list of the streets included in the program, and the approximate dates major work efforts will be performed. The roads will typically remain open to local traffic during milling and other preparatory work. However, during the paving operation the roads will be closed to all

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