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The Seaview Association strongly suggests the construction of deer-resistant garbage can bins and the use of deer resistant containers. While tossing your trash at the curb in a plastic bag may be fast and cheap, it inevitably leads to this.....

 

Seaview-OBP Garbage District

The Seaview/Ocean Bay Park Garbage District was created 25 years ago through the efforts of concerned individuals in both communities. It required new legislation and its approval by both Islip and Brookhaven. The formation of the District allows Seaview and Ocean Bay Park full use of their tax dollars and the ability to control how the funds are spent for the collection of garbage.
The District is administered by five elected commissioners who receive no compensation. Every four years, through a competitive bidding process according to New York State Laws and administered by the District, a four-year contract is assigned to a carter. The contract includes the collection, carting, and transportation of garbage to the mainland. In addition, the carter must meet insurance requirements and follow all EPA, Islip, Brookhaven, Fire Island Seashore, Coast Guard, and New York State employment laws.
Services are provided year round, not just seasonally. Over time, the District has increased the frequency of pick-ups, spring and fall clean-ups, and public area pick-ups. This year, the District has added beach clean-ups on Sunday and Monday mornings.
Key to the success of our efforts is the cooperation of our residents. It’s up to you to keep our communities clean and neat. As a reminder, please make sure to:

• Sort all garbage
• Have an adequate number of trash cans
• Trash can enclosures that prevent access to deer and raccoons
• Remind neighbors when they are not observing the regulations

The District continually works to improve the service it provides. We welcome suggestions that will help us improve the quality of life in Seaview and Ocean Bay Park.

 

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Local contractors are happy to build bins to contain your cans, or it's an easy do-it-yourself project.

Please observe all zoning, right-of-way and setback rules in construction and placement of same.
Cans may be purchased from the market and elsewhere
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From an esthetic, public health and "good neighbor" standpoint, bins + cans are essential for your personal residence ( and rental properties).

 

 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

SEAVIEW/OCEAN BAY PARK GARBAGE DISTRICT

FIRE ISLAND, NEW YORK
P.O. Box 479, Northport, NY 11769


 

SPRING COMMUNITY CLEANUP

MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

FALL COMMUNITY CLEANUP

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2017

Place items for collection in front of your home in a neat and orderly fashion. Do not block walkways or right-of ways. Items should be placed out at the end of the weekend. Protect trash from deer.

Each property is entitled to no more than two (2) bulk items such as furniture, bedding, appliances, etc., and eight (8) plastic bags of household clean-out items. Small, loose items will not be collected. Plastic bags must be tied.

Construction debris will not be collected.

Landscaping debris will not be collected.

Batteries, paints, solvents and lubricants will not be collected.

Excluded items must be separately disposed of at homeowner’s expense by making arrangements with one of the waste haulers, such as Tony’s Barge Service, 589-2130; Spoons Carting, 583-7271; Metcalf Carting, 583-8521.

 

 

SEAVIEW/OCEAN BAY PARK GARBAGE DISTRICT

FIRE ISLAND, NEW YORK
P.O. Box 479
Northport, NY 11769

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

SEAVIEW/OCEAN BAY PARK GARBAGE DISTRICT

FIRE ISLAND, NEW YORK


NON RECYCLABLES

Up to six cans per collection are allowed, no larger than 32 gal. each. Vegetation that is bundled, bagged or placed in a container for pickup is included in these collections provided that the size does not exceed 2 feet by 2 feet by 4 feet nor weigh more than 50 lbs. Homeowners will be charged for cans in excess of the 6 permitted per collection.

BULK WASTE

Before putting any bulk item out for collection call Tony’s Barge Service at 589-2130, for pickup date. Each household is allowed one item per week. A bulk item is a single item of solid waste (including vegetation) which is larger than 2ft X 2ft. X 4ft., or weighs more than 50 lbs., or tires, household furniture, and household appliances.

In addition there are two cleanup days per year for collection of bulk items. The Spring cleanup is on the Monday after Mother’s Day (May 11th this year) and on the Tuesday after Columbus Day (October 13th this year)

The following regulations apply for the Cleanup Days:




  1. Place items for collection in front of your home in a neat and orderly fashion. Do not block walkways or right-of ways. Items should be placed out at the end of the weekend. Protect trash from deer.

  1. Each property is entitled to no more than two (2) bulk items such as furniture, bedding, appliances, etc., and eight (8) plastic bags of household clean-out items. Small, loose items will not be collected. Plastic bags must be tied.

  1. Construction debris will not be collected.

  1. Landscaping debris will not be collected.

  1. Batteries, paints, solvents and lubricants will not be collected.

  1. Excluded items must be separately disposed of at homeowner’s expense by making arrangements with one of the waste haulers, such as Tony’s Barge Service, 589-2130; Spoons Carting, 583-7271; Metcalf Carting, 583-8521.

 


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