Holiday Pick-up Schedule
The collection services for Solid Waste, Bulk Waste, and Recycling from all Residents are performed as scheduled, except for Christmas Day.
Solid Waste Garbage Collection
Regular Collection: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Yard Trash: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Recycling Materials: Every Thursday
Each household is provided with one or more standard 96-gallon waste carts. Your wheeled cart is designed to hold all of your garbage.
The following items may be placed into the appropriate provided receptacles:
- All kitchen and table food waste, animal, vegetative, food, or any organic waste that is associated with the storage, preparation, cooking, or handling of food materials.
- Bulk Waste
- Contractor-Generated Waste
- Hazardous Materials
All vegetative matter resulting from normal yard and landscaping maintenance. Such as, tree, shrub trimmings, grass clippings, palm fronds, and/or small branches not exceeding four (4) feet in length and four (4 ) incles in diameter. The yard trash shall be bundled or tied. Grass clippings shall be placed in a Garbage Container, disposable bag, or bundled. No bundle, bag, or filled container shall exceed 50 pounds in weight and no more than six containers, bags and/or bundles per Residential Customer shall be collected at one (1) time.
The following items may be placed into the appropriate provided receptacles to be recyclyed:
- Paper products (newspaper, office paper, junk mail, phone books, catalogs, magazines, shoe boxes, paperboard boxes that have held cereal, cookies, crackers, pasta, etc.)
- Narrow-Neck Plastic Containers (flatten container and replace cap)
- Aseptic Containers (juice boxes, coated paperboard milk and juice cartons)
- Glass bottles and jars that are clear, brown or green
- Metals (aluminum and steel food and beverage containers)
- Plastic bags
- Polystyrene products
- Home chemicals
- Garbage, debris, dirt or yard trash
- Other glass products: window or auto glass, light bulbs, fluorescent bulbs, mirrors, cookware, ceramics
- Garbage or other non-recyclable waste such as gas cylinders, tanks, rocks, dirt, building debris, flammables
- Batteries: dry cell batteries, lead acid batteries
- Certain glass products: window or auto glass, light bulbs, mirrors, glass cookware or bakeware, ceramics
- Medical waste and pharmaceuticals
- Electronic waste and accessories
- Other non-recyclables: Coat hangers, small appliances, microwave trays
- Make sure all recyclable material fits inside the blue recycling cart and the lid closes completely.
- Do not place your recyclables inside plastic bags. Plastic bags damage the equipment at the recycling facility.
- Do not stack items on top of or alongside your recycling cart. They can't and won't be collected.
- Do not use the recycling cart for rocks, dirt, tile, construction and demolition debris, free-flowing liquids, flammables, automobile batteries, propane tanks or other home chemical waste.
- If you move to a new residence, leave your recycling cart behind for the new resident to utilize.
Did you know that many of the products that we use in our homes like oil-based paint, solvents, pesticides and pool chemicals are actually as hazardous as industrial chemicals? When these products are disposed of improperly, they can pollute our drinking water. The following link includes more information regarding waste disposal requirements: