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Bulky Waste Pick-Up 

  

In addition to the current bulk pick-up that is provided once a month on Fridays, during the months of May, June, July, and August residents can call the Public Works Call Center at 333-4800 to schedule an additional biweekly bulk pick-up.

 

Bulk waste pick-ups must be scheduled in advance by calling 333-4800.  Residents can call between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to request a pick up and identify the types of materials to be collected. The crew report, listing the types of items to be collected, is finalized at 2:00 p.m. the day before the scheduled pick-up, so no new items are permitted to be added to the list after that time. 

Bulk waste items are to be set out after 3:00 p.m. of the day before the scheduled pick-up.  City crews begin pick-ups at 7:00 a.m. 

 

Click here to see when bulk waste pick up is available in your neighborhood.

 

Bulk Waste Guidelines:

 

You must separate your metal items (stoves, refrigerators, etc.) from other bulk items.  Remember to remove refrigerator doors.

n     All loose and small items must be securely contained, bundled or bagged for easy pickup.

n     Sorry, the City cannot pick up concrete, rocks, brick blocks, sand, gravel, or hazardous waste.

n     Yard waste (brush, hedges, tree limbs, etc.) must be tied into bundles not larger than 4 feet long and 18 inches in diameter.

n     Bundles are limited to 25 pounds each.

n     Remember, the City cannot pick up grass clippings.

 


 

Waste Collection Do’s and Don’ts:

n      Do have your rollout container or bulk items out by 7:00 a.m.
n      Do keep bulk and metal items separated (they're picked up by a separate truck).
n      Do place the recycling container or any other items at least 5 feet from your rollout container.
n      Do keep yard waste separated from other collection items (it also must be cut and tied in 4-foot
       
lengths no larger than 18 inches in diameter).
n      Do not leave rollout at curb or alley after collection.
n      Do not overfill rollout (lid should be closed on rollout).
n      Do not place any hot items in rollout (e.g., ashes from fireplace).
n      Do not place rollout close to any obstruction (such as an automobile).
n      Do not put loose trash in rollout (wrap or bag all trash).
n      Do not have trash piled on or around rollout.