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Constructiondebris, remodeling material, roofing shingles, dirt/ sod that exceed a wheel barrowload, cut trees that exceed four (4) inches in diameter, excessive volumes of trash. Please call the Solid Waste Department forpricing. The additional charges can be added to your water bill or paid at CityHall in the Utilities Billing and Customer Service Department.
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Items such as household furniture, yarddebris, grass, leaves, tree limbs, trimmings, metal, appliances, plastic, woodand mattresses are collected on this day.
Trash must be placed atthe curb on your collection day before 6:00 a.m. to ensure collection. Note: thetrucks first collectthe entire route for yardand trash debris and thencome back and colle White and Brown Goods, which are appliances and furniture.
Limbs, brush, shrubbery, and other yard waste should be shorter than four (4) feet and less than four (4) inches in diameter. Leaves and yard clippings should be bagged so that they will not blow away or clog storm drains. Please separate appliances and furniture from your yard waste. Mattresses, couches, cushions, and carpet should be together in a separate pile and not mixed with yard waste or bulky items. Panes of glass should be placed in a sealed box and labeled. Debris that is hauled in from another location and dropped off at a resident’s address will not be collected and will be up to the property owner to remove.
Paper, cartons, refuse, garbage, litter, rubbish, sludge, liquids, toxic or hazardous waste will not be accepted for trash collection.
We do not collect trash from or generated by private contractors, including landscapers, tree surgeons and general contractors. It is unlawful for these contractors to place debris at the curb for city collection.
Trash should be placed at the curb, not in the street in front of your residential property. Trash should not be placed on or in front of a vacant lot.
Do not place trash under utility lines, wires or trees. Move items at least three feet away from obstacles such as mailboxes, fences, trees, telephone poles, trees, etc. to avoid damage. Trash must be in reach of the mechanical arm of the truck. Place items within ten feet of the curb.
Place items so that they are not blocked by cars or other objects.
Do not place trash at the end of a cul-de-sac or dead end street.
Avoid placing debris over lawn sprinklers and water meters.