Department of Public Works
Department Information and Staff
Engineering Department / Parking Division
Town Hall, 2nd Floor
Monday thru Friday | 8:00am - 4:00pm
Phone: 973-284-4958 | Fax: 973-284-4905
On-Site Engineer: Thursdays | 8:00am - 12:00pm
Road, Sewer and Water Department
1 Cortland Street
Monday thru Friday | 7:30am - 4:00pm
Phone: 973-284-4984 | Fax: 973-284-4995
For water and sewer emergencies after hours, holidays and weekends please call the Nutley Police Department at 973-284-4950.
Town Hall, 1st Floor
Monday thru Friday | 8:00am - 4:00pm
Payments can be made at the Cashier's Office in Town Hall between the hours of 8:00am and 4:30pm
|Name||Title||Phone and Email|
|Dr. Joseph P. Scarpelli||Commissioner and
Director of Public Works
|Michael Luzzi, CPWM||Superintendent of Public Works||(973) 284-4984
|Dominic Ferry, CPWM||Asst. Water and Sewer Superintendent
Licensed Water and Sewer Operator
|Salvatore Ferraro||Engineering/Chief Project Coordinator
Municipal Recycling Coordinator
Department of Public Works responsibilities include but not limited to
- Maintaining township streets, sidewalks, curbs, parking lots, and street signs.
- Enforcement of parking meters and administering of Municipal Parking Lot permits
- Maintaining street lighting throughout the township
- Curb to curb snow plowing and ice removal
- Weekly curbside pickup of commingled recycling material, papers and cardboard
- Fall leaf collection and Spring cleanup weeks
- 24/7 water and sewer service, water billing
- Professional Engineering services
COMMUNITY ADVISORY NOTICES
The Department of Public Works issues Community Advisory Notices for projects that may have major impacts to Township residents via the email alert system.
Honors and Awards
The Township of Nutley Department of Public Works has received the following honors and awards:
- 2013 Municipal Recycling Award from Governor Christie and the NJ State Department of Environmental Protection (October 2013) - Press Release
Community Outreach Programs
2013 Community Outreach Programs and Events:
The Department of Public Works continuously looks at ways to expand our program offerings while also providing educational and informative events to our community.
- Download: 2013 Community Outreach Programs and Events Calendar
Current and Past Programs and Initiatives under the Department of Public Works:
- Big Truck Day
- CFL Recycling Day
- Compost Day
- Cruisin' at Nutley - Classic Car Show (May-September 2013)
- Drive-In Movie Night - September 2013
- Go Green Initiative - Greenutley
- Leaf Bag Distribution Day / Red Cross Food Drive
- Residential Shredding Day
- Techno Trash Recycling (VHS tapes, DVD's, CD's & DVD/CD plastic jewel cases
Greenutley - Go Green Initiative
Formed in 2008, Greenutley is the Township of Nutley’s Go Green Committee comprised of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners, representatives from all five township departments and community members. The committee is currently under the auspices of Commissioner Dr. Joseph P. Scarpelli and the Department of Public Works.
Through education, events, and activities, Greenutley is raising awareness of the importance of green choices in our everyday lives and providing simple, effective ways for each of us to contribute to the sustainability of our community and our planet, including saving energy, recycling and reducing waste, eating local/organic food, and reducing pollution.
- More Information: Greenutley Webpage
Other Services Provided
- RAKES Program
The RAKES Program (Random Acts of Kindness Extended to Seniors) offers seniors and those who are disabled and unable to rake their leaves an alternative, while at the same time offering high school students an avenue to fulfill their community service commitment for college entry. Residents seeking help must be over 60 and/or be disabled, own and live in the home requiring raking assistance, and be unable to afford help.
- Recycling Program within the School District
Assembly programs and classroom visits are presented throughout the school year by the Director of Public Works. The department has also made a concerted effort to promote and increase the visibility of our recycling program in the elementary schools. Besides providing blue plastic bins for all the classrooms, grant money was used to purchase several 30 gallon metal containers with an appealing design that encourage children to recycle.