Important message regarding COVID-19: Due to ongoing changes to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Department of Public Works has made some changes regarding Sanitation. The collection of household garbage, commingled recycling, and paper recycling will continue on a regular schedule, strictly following all regulations, which can be found here. All garbage and recycling MUST be placed curbside by 7:00 am. All bulk pickup services have been suspended until further notice. If you have something that you cannot wait to dispose of, you can find a list of private transfer stations & processing facilities here. The e-waste drop off site at the DPW Yard is closed until further notice. Town Hall and the DPW Yard are closed to the public until further notice. Office staff can be reached by phone (914-989-1580) or email (email@example.com) if you have any questions. Any changes will be posted to the Town website. You can sign up to receive Town alerts here. We apologize for any inconvenience. Stay safe.
The Department of Public Works (DPW) provides essential services to Town of Greenburgh residents and their communities.
Information and updates regarding current and upcoming projects within the Department of Public Works, including the Bureau of Engineering and Water & Sewer Department.
The Bureau of Engineering administers the Steep slope, Stormwater, Floodplain, Watercourse and Fill permits to ensure that proposed projects conform to the laws and regulations of the Town Code.
The Water and Sewer Department is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the Town potable water and wastewater public utilities.
The Bureau of Highway is responsible for necessary roadway maintenance, snow plowing, drainage repair and maintenance, sweeping, tree work (within Town right-of-way), guide rails and curbing.
The Bureau of Sanitation provides solid waste, paper recycling, commingle recycling, brush/ yard waste and bulk item collection for Town of Greenburgh residents on an established schedule.
Review the Department of Public Works Code Enforcement.
The Communications Division is responsible for the repair and maintenance of Town traffic lights and street lights.