mission of the Lynbrook Village Public Works
Department is to deliver services that will continually enhance
and improve the quality of life to all residents, property owners and
travelers within the Village boundaries. We strive to provide solid
waste management, the maintenance and construction of a functional road
network, along with the care to all public infra-structure
facilities. This commitment will be accomplished in a timely,
professional, cost-efficient utilization of allotted physical, financial
and human resources.
removal permits are required when a tree is being removed
from the curb strip.
Please contact the Department of
Public Works to obtain this permit.
Tree Planting Application
Storm Water Related Documents
Annual Storm Water Report 2015 (PDF)
Storm Water Management Program
PUBLIC WORKS REMINDERS
Garbage pails no larger than 44 gal
Bags no heavier than 30lbs.
Carpet must be no longer that 3ft and
We do not pick up propane tanks.
Use STOP program for Hazardous Waste,
Water your street trees.
Computer, T.V. & other electronic
waste call for special pick up.
Leaves & grass clippings make a great
When you place out weekly bottles and cans for
collections, you will now place out your papers,
magazines, envelopes and cardboard for the same day
Residents can bring
household batteries to the Department of Public Works for
proper disposal during normal working hours.
We do not
accept automotive batteries.
and logs 4½ inches in diameter or greater and dirt and rocks are
considered a special pick up.
Branches need to be bundled & tied four feet in length for
Wednesday pick up.
Grass and leaves must be placed in bags weighing no more than 30
lbs or in 44 gals cans.
the rapid pace at which technology is advancing, people are
purchasing new computer systems, televisions, DVD players and other
electronic components in record numbers. Industry experts estimate
that American consumers dispose of 400 million units of electronic
equipment per year. Recycling electronic waste protects the
environment by keeping toxic materials, such as lead, mercury,
cadmium and arsenic from entering the waste stream. Hempstead Town
has taken responsible and proactive steps to ensure that your old
electronic equipment can be recycled and disposed of properly by
holding four E-cycling events each year. In accordance with the
New York State Electronic Recycling and Reuse
Act of 2010, beginning January 1,
2015 consumers are prohibited from disposing of electronic waste at
any solid waste management facility or placing electronic waste in
the trash or at curbside for trash collection.
televisions, computers, computer components (including cables,
cords and wiring), monitors, tablets, e-readers, electronic
keyboards, fax machines, scanners, VCRs, DVD players, electronic and
video game consoles and portable digital music players will be
accepted for recycling at each of our E-cycling programs. Residents
served by the Town of Hempstead Department of Sanitation may arrange
for a Special Pickup of electronic waste by calling (516) 378-8484.
Residents can also contact the
obtain information on how to recycle the equipment.
E-Cycling - The
Electronic Equipment Recycling Reuse Act
of April 1, 2011 a new law goes into affect called, “The
Electronic Equipment Recycling Reuse Act”, the law requires
manufacturers to establish a convenient system for the collection,
handling and recycling or reuse of electronic waste. This law was
put into place so that every New Yorker will have the opportunity to
recycle their electronic waste in an environmentally responsible
manner. This law requires the manufacturers of all electronic
equipment to be responsible for implementing an acceptable program
for the electronic waste, such as televisions, computers and
components, fascimile machines, VCR’s, digital video recorders,
portable digital music players, DVD player, electronic or video game