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Trash + Recycling + Yard Debris

Pick Up Schedule and Sorting Requirements

Trash Pick Up | Wednesdays

To ensure Wednesday trash pick up, place your containers curbside on Tuesday evening. 

Leaf + Limb | 1st and 3rd Monday of the Month

5’ x 5' x 10' Limit

Yard waste is limited to 1 pile per pick-up and that pile may not exceed 5' high x 5' wide x 10' in length. In addition, limbs cannot be larger than 5 inches in diameter. Please note that limbs and piles of yard waste exceeding these size requirements will not be collected.

Placement of Yard Waste

Yard waste should be placed near the street, but not in the roadway or in a location that obstructs the view of motorists. Yard waste should not be placed near fire hydrants, water meters, sewer drains, guide wires, utility poles, mailboxes, etc.

Vacant Lots

Yard waste generated from vacant lots or placed on vacant lots will not be collected. Only lots with residential structures are billed and eligible for this service.

 

2 Per Month Pick Up Schedule

Yard waste will be picked up twice a month on Mondays (unless Monday is a holiday, then pick up will be the same week on Tuesday). 

 

No Mixing with Other Garbage

Yard waste may not be mixed with any other garbage (furniture, appliances, carpet, trash, boards, plastic, etc.) The residential yard waste program is designed to collect day-to-day accumulation of yard waste.

Recycling | Every other Wednesday

Please empty out all food and liquids. Please do not bag your recyclables. Return bags to grocery stores and participating retail stores for proper recycling.
 

We DO accept the following recyclables:

  • Plastic - Bottles, containers and jugs (#1 & #2)

  • Paper - Mixed paper, newspaper, cartons, phone books, envelopes, magazines, junk mail and FLATTENED cardboard

  • Metal - Aluminum steel or tin cans and EMPTY aerosol cans

  • Glass - Jars and bottles


We DO NOT accept the following mixed recyclables:

  • Plastic bags

  • Styrofoam

  • Household trash

  • Disposable food trays, cups or cutlery

  • Receipts

  • Hardcover books

  • Clothing or fabric

  • Dishes or cookware (plates, cups, ceramics)

  • Electronics

  • Light bulbs

  • Hazardous waste

  • Liquid waste (paint, cleaners, etc.)

  • Garden hoses

  • Window or mirror glass

  • Tires

  • Construction debris or yard waste

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