Curbside pickup of yard waste is collected on Thursday from April to mid-October.
- Branches, brush and twigs: To be bundled and tied or placed in containers. Cut to 4 feet in length, and not to exceed 4 inches in diameter.
- Grass Clippings: Collected on Thursday from April to mid-October . Place clippings in re-usable container.
- Logs and Stumps: Residents are responsible for the disposal of logs and stumps at their own expense. Logs and stumps are NOT accepted at the Recycling Center.
Fall Leaf Collection Program
Curbside pickup of leaves in PAPER LEAF BAGS are collected on Thursday from mid-October to December 31st. If you have any questions regarding the Leaf Collection Program, you may contact Pascack Valley DPW at 201-664-2346.
- Fall Leaf collection does not include branches, brush,and twigs. These items may be brought to the Recycling Center on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:00pm.
- Residents are reminded that local ordinances prohibit placing leaf piles at the curb.
- Please be aware that due to heavy volume, leaf bags may not always be collected on their scheduled pickup day. If this occurs, please wait until one full day to report the missed pickup to Waste Management at 800-717-3366.
No one likes them. They seem to pop up overnight. In reality, potholes are created in a number of ways. When water seeps into cracks on the road's surface and is combined with the vibration of traffic it causes the asphalt to fail. This is why there are more potholes after it rains. Potholes are also created when trucks and buses stress the roadway causing a movement of the subsurface. Once there is a weak spot, every car that travels over it worsens the problem, and eventually a section of the material will fail. The most common cause is the freeze/thaw cycle. The ice/snow melts during the day filling cracks with water. At night the water freezes and expands, popping out the asphalt.
All municipals roads are done through the Department of Public Works. The Department of Public Works will report all potholes on county roads to the Bergen County Road Department.
Household Hazardous Waste
The Bergen County Utilities Authority (BCUA) operates a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) management and disposal program for all Bergen County residents. Montvale Recycling Center cannot accept any municipal solid waste that is listed as hazardous waste. For questions regarding hazardous waste call 201-641-2552 or visit BCUA website , www.bcua.org for additional information regarding the collection dates and times.