The Asbury Park Department of Public Works, located at 9 Main Street, is a hands-on team of professionals dedicated to keeping the City clean and well-maintained, while providing quick and courteous service to residents.  

DPW is responsible for improving and maintaining Asbury Park’s infrastructure including maintaining roads, traffic signs, traffic lights, parks, recreational facilities, including the Beach and Boardwalk, and City-owned street lights; handling snow removal and leaf collection; managing operation of the Waste Water Treatment Plant; and administering the trash and recycling programs, including managing the Asbury Park Recycling Center located at 818 Lake Avenue. 

In addition, DPW manages stormwater maintenance, including the cleaning of lake outfalls, sewers and water quality chambers; and handles shade tree maintenance, including tree removal and plantings. 

DPW also provides support services to neighboring municipalities such as Neptune, Bradley Beach, Interlaken, Loch Arbour and Allenhurst

The Superintendent of Public Works, William McClave, oversees 25 full-time employees, in addition to part-time and seasonal employees, including equipment operators, truck drivers/laborers, custodians, sewage plant repairers, sewer line repairers, general maintenance repairers, an electrician, a carpenter and a mason.


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9 Main St
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
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