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400 Poplar Avenue
New Jersey
United States
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  • Sewer Office

    400 Poplar Avenue
    Linwood, NJ 08221

    Phone: (609) 927-4109
    Phone: (609) 926-7975
    Fax: (609) 653-2730

    Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Sewer Account Supervisors:

    Silvia Washington,

    Mike Allenbaugh,

    Sewer bills are due January 1st. and July 1st. of each year. Regular sewer bills are mailed at the end of May and the end of November each year. Please make checks payable to City of Linwood Sewer.

    There is a 10-day grace period for sewer payments. Payments are credited on the date received, postmarks are not honored. A late fee of $5.00 will be charged to each Equivalent Dwelling Unit per quarter after the delinquency has occurred for more than
    10 days.

    If a receipt is needed please send a self-addressed stamped envelopwith the entire sewer bill.

    Please contact the Sewer Office directly for any further information.

    As of January 1, 2018, the City of Linwood has contracted with the Egg Harbor Township Municipal Utilities Authority for sanitary sewer system inspections, routine maintenance, and emergency response services in connection with its sanitary sewer system and pumping stations.


    If you should experience a backup of sewage into your home please call the Egg Harbor Township Municipal Utilities Authority at (609) 926-2671 immediately. The cleanout located closest to the street or curbline will be inspected and/or plunged by the Authority.  After hours, weekends and holidays, please call (609) 412-5244.


    Each home or business tied into the public sewer system will have a cleanout somewhere in the front or side yard.  This is the place where the home ties into the sewer system and will generally be near the road.  This cleanout is a very important part of the sewer system since it provides access to clean the lines in the event of a blockage or if you experience a back up in your home.  These cleanouts must be maintained by the property owner.  Each cleanout is to be capped, preferably with a cap made of brass as they are much stronger than the original PVC caps.

    The cleanout should be exposed, but cut down to help minimize any damage that may occur due to property maintenance like grass cutting.  The cleanout should be covered with a cast iron frame.  All new construction is required to have the cast iron frames at the time the house is built.