Village of Warwick announces bulk trash pick-up schedule

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The Village of Warwick will begin a bulk pick-up of household items. These items include such things as: furniture, mattresses, rugs, etc.

Village officials are asking residents to place metal items separately for recycling purposes.

The bulk pick-up does not include: garbage, leaves, brush, tires, barrels, paint, drain oil, construction debris, appliances such as refrigerators, air conditioners, televisions, washers, dryers, stoves, etc.

All items are to be at the curb side on the Monday of the week your area is scheduled for pick-up by 7 a.m. Once the area has been picked up, there will be no return trips. The village will be divided into two areas to be picked up:

Week of June 3

High Street, Church Street, Forester Avenue north of the railroad tracks, Colonial Avenue north side of Grand Street to the Corporation line of Locust Street, Maple Avenue and all streets within the area.

Also: South side of West Street to the corporation line and Division Street, Howe Street and all streets within this area to the west side of Oakland Avenue and including Campbell Road.

Pond Hill and areas north of West Street Village Cove residents should contact the homeowners association as to where to place items.

Week of June 17

East side of Oakland Avenue to Forester Avenue at the railroad tracks to Galloway Road on the north side. South side of Galloway Road, Homestead Village area, Warwick Grove, Hawthorne Avenue, Overlook Drive, South Street Extension and Southern Lane to the corporation line Brady Road.

Gordon Terrace and Ridgefield Road resident of Warwick Grove and Homestead Village should contact their homeowners association as to where to place items.

If you have any questions call the DPW office at 845-986-2031 ext. 6 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.

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