Department of Public Utilities
Red Bank, NJ 07701
|Gary A. Watson, Sr., CPWM||Director||(732) 530-2770|
|Maria E. Rotolo||Administrative Assistant||(732) 530-2770|
The Borough of Red Bank, Department of Public Utilities, and Councilman Edward Zipprich are pleased to provide you information on the services and schedules provided by the Department of Public Utilities.
Services provided by the Department of Public Utilities include; roadway, maintenance and reconstruction, paving and curb maintenance, curbside collection of household trash, recycling, bulk waste, leaves and brush. Other services include: snow plowing of Borough roads, maintenance and construction of Borough parks, marina and playgrounds as well as water treatment and distribution, sewer, Storm Water management and the maintenance of the Borough's shade trees and canopy. The Department also performs maintenance and custodial services for all Borough owned buildings, and repair and maintenance of the Borough's automotive fleet.
- Buildings & Grounds
- Code Enforcement
- Fleet Maintenance
- Sanitation & Recycling
- Streets & Roads
- Water & Sewer
The Red Bank Department of Public Utilities consists of (38) thirty-eight employees that include one (1) Director, three (3) Supervisors, three (3) clerical and (30) thirty employees assigned to the various Divisions. The offices are located at 75 Chestnut Street, Red Bank, N.J. 07701
- January 01, 19
- February 16
- April 3
- May 25
- July 3
- September 7
- November 3, 11, 26, 27
- December 25
The water leak hotline number is 732.530.2691. If it’s emergency please call the Police Department at 730.530.2700.
To obtain an estimate please call the office at 732-530-2770
There is no obligation and the estimate is valid for 90 days.
2014 Spring/Fall Hydrant Flushing Program
The Spring Hydrant Flushing program will begin on the First Monday of April at 10:00 pm and is scheduled to take five weeks to complete.
The Fall Hydrant Flushing program will begin on the First Monday of October at 10:00 pm and is scheduled to take five weeks to complete.
Semi-annually our staff opens fire hydrant valves to allow water to flow through the pipes. Systematically opening the hydrants enhances water quality by flushing sediment from the main line pipesverifies the proper operation of hydrants and valves, and ensures that the hydrant is operational in case of a fire emer gency.
If you see discolored water, shut off the tap and wait several minutes. Then check the clarity by running cold water for a few minutes, allowing new water to work its way into your pipes. Avoid washing laundry until water runs clear at the tap.