Superintendent of Highways
Stormwater Management Coordinator
40 Mill Road
Eastchester, NY 10709
Telephone: (914) 961-8540
Fax: (914) 961-8549
Farella Way (Dead End)
Formerly Known Burnham Road
Department Hours 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
The Town of Eastchester Highway Department handles the following aspects:
- Town Roadway Maintenance
- Town Right-of-Ways
- Sewers & Catch Basin Maintenance
- Tree Maintenance
- Street Light Maintenance
- Sanitation & Recycling Pickups
- Street Opening Permits
Highway Permit Requirements, Specifications & Application:
NEW - EFFECTIVE APRIL 25, 2016 - BEVERAGE CARTONS ARE NOW RECYCLABLE AND SHOULD BE PLACED OUT FOR COLLECTION WITH OTHER COMMINGLED ITEMS (SEE BELOW LINK)
LOCAL LAW REQUIRES that Recyclables be placed out in your recycling bin or labeled container at curbside NO EARLIER than the night before the scheduled collection day or before 7:00 a.m. on the designated collection day. Place a weight on top of newspapers to prevent their blowing away. In case of rain, cover the newspapers. Rinse food and beverage containers thoroughly. Please refer to your Sanitation & Recycling Pickup Schedule (located above). The attached Recycling Guideline provides a detailed outline of which items are Recyclable as well as some additional pickups.
COMMINGLED - PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ITEMS CODED 1 - 7 ARE RECYCLABLE.
Other Materials - may be Recycled during a Westchester County Household Material Recovery Day. During a Material Recovery Day residents may drop off household waste that cannot be set out for curbside collection or recycling. For a list of 2016 dates, locations and items accepted please refer to Westchester County.
The following items are not collected by the Town:
Tree Trunk (Logs), Stumps Rocks, Dirt Building Materials: (Concrete, Asphalt, Plaster, Tile, Sheetrock, Wood (including wood doors), windows (including glass inserts), insulation, roofing material, etc.
Disposal of these materials must be arranged with a private carter or contractor
Tires, Car Batteries - Must be disposed of through their place of purchase
Used Motor - Must be disposed of at a gas station
Chemicals - Household Chemicals may be disposed of through Westchester County - Refer to Westchester County Household Recycling Schedule.