Trash Day for large waste disposal, plastic bag recycling, and vegetables oil recycling will be at the ML Recycling Center at 51 Pocono Road Friday and Saturday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Please remember you can bring your metals for recycling any other time free. There is a carload charge on Trash Day. ACCEPTABLE MATERIALS: anything that is not recyclable at the Borough Recycling Center, or that is too large or bulky for the regular trash. UNACCEPTABLE MATERIALS: all Hazardous Waste* (other than e-waste) which may be recycled through the Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority. For more details: Click here.
Join the Shade Tree Commission in their celebration of the trees around us and in honoring Mtn Lakes High School Biology teacher Dave Fewell for sewing the seeds of the future of trees into our children.
Gather your family, friends, team members, neighbors, or club, select a park, playing field, or other, public space, and sign up for a time to clean it up during EcoWeekend – during the week is fine too.
Come help save lives by donating in conjunction with other events of the day. The Community Blood Bank will bring an RV where they can take your donations. Also if you have any secure papers you want to shred, you will be able to bring up to 2 boxes to be shredded free. This also is run the 4th Saturday of April (unless there is a conflict with Easter) and October. This is not just for residents, so pass it on, won’t you?
This is a fundraiser for the Mountain Lakes Volunteer Fire Department and the Boonton Kiwanis Ambulance Squad. It always takes place on the 4th Saturday of April (unless Easter is in conflict) and October each year. Bring all your papers that need secure destruction knowing that they will then be recycled, too. You can also give Blood here from 8am-12pm but shredding is over at 11am!
Mountain Lakes is located in north-central New Jersey where the rolling hills of the New Jersey's Piedmont region meet the rocky outcroppings of the Highlands.
In 1910, Mountain Lakes was a rural woodland owned by a few families with names such as Righter, Grimes, Ball and Van Duyne. In the space of ten years, however, the entire face of Mountain Lakes changed from a wilderness of Dutch and English properties to a planned suburban community. Learn More