The Township Maintenance & Road Department paves and maintains all township roadways. On occasion, these services are contracted out based on project size and available resources. Smithfield and Middle Smithfield Townships often coordinate to finish projects together. The Township road crew also maintains all township equipment, including that at our parks. During winter or other storm events, the crew also clears roadways for safe and necessary travel.
Smithfield Township provides a leaf pick-up program, completed by the Road Crew, to safely pick up leaves from residential properties. Dates for fall pick-up will be announced in the coming months and will be placed on the home page.
Administered by the Township Maintenance & Road Department is the annual township clean up. The Township allows residents of Smithfield to safely dispose of household waste at a low cost. The 2020 Clean Up is set for September 16th-20th. Rates for the 2020 Township Clean Up will be posted on the homepage when they are finalized.
A combined effort between Smithfield, Middle Smithfield, and Lehman Townships, the Oak Grove Multi-Municipal Compost Processing Board allows residents and businesses to dispose of yard waste in a sustainable and affordable manner. Drop-off of waste by residents is always free — commercial haulers or businesses must purchase a permit.
Smithfield Township does not provide for residential or commercial trash or recycling collection — however, there are many private haulers to choose from. The Monroe County Waste Authority offers a list of public haulers in Monroe County.
Learn more at The Waste Authority website.