Schedule


Find your Trash or Recycling Schedule

 

Determine your collection schedule. There are four different schedules depending on where you live.

Choose schedule links below according to whether you are A or B week and whether your trash is collected Monday and Tuesday or Wednesday and Thursday.

 

Enter enter your address here to see whether you are A or B Week and to find out what day your trash collection is.

 


Schedules for download or printing

 

A WEEK – Mon/Tues trash customers
If you are A WEEK and your trash is collected on Mon or Tues

A WEEK – Wed/Thurs trash customers
If you are A WEEK and your trash is collected on Wed or Thurs

B WEEK – Mon/Tues trash customers
If you are B WEEK and your trash collected on Mon or Tues

B WEEK – Wed/Thurs trash customers
If you are B WEEK and your trash is collected on Wed or Thurs

 


Updated 12/12/2019


 

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