Garbage/Recycling Services

New and Enhanced Services for Residential and Commercial Garbage,
Recyclable Material and Organic Waste Collection

At its meeting of September 5, 2017, the City Council approved a new 10-year franchise agreement with Republic Services (formerly Allied Waste Services) to provide Residential and Commercial Garbage, Recyclable Material and Organic Waste Collection services. The new agreement’s services will begin on April 2, 2018.

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There are a number of new and enhanced services being provided under the new agreement.

  • Old Carts Exchanged for New Carts
    Your carts will be exchanged in March. All residents will then have three carts, including a 64-gallon recycle cart (blue) and a 96-gallon compost cart (green). Garbage carts (gray) will remain the same size as you currently have (unless yours is a 96-gallon garbage cart, which will be replaced with a 64-gallon version). The largest garbage cart is being phased out, since the new recycling opportunities will result in less waste from households. You will be able to get a 20, 32, or 64-gallon garbage cart.

  • Kitchen Pail
    All households will receive a kitchen pail for easy collection of your food scraps, to be emptied into your new compost cart

  • HHW, E-Waste, and Shred Events
    Household hazardous waste (HHW) drop off, electronic waste (E-Waste) drop off, and document shredding will be available at events twice each year.

  • Bulky Items Pick Up
    You can schedule up to two bulky items pickups per year.

  • Oil, Oil Filter, and Battery Recycling
    Curbside recycling of used motor oil and oil filters will continue to be available.

  • Compost Giveaways
    The contents of compost bins are used to create great, rich compost material, that will be provided for free at scheduled events.