What is bulk trash?
Bulk trash consists of materials that are too large and must not be placed in the garbage or recycling container. Materials such as furniture, large appliances and large amounts of vegetation are often considered bulk trash. Bulk trash is currently collected from city-serviced residences four times each year. Materials cannot be placed out for collection more than one week prior to the week of collection, since it is important to keep neighborhoods and our city looking clean and beautiful.
If you suspect illegal dumping in your property, please report this to Crime Stop immediately.
To find out your bulk trash will be picked, please check the current schedule by plugging in your home address.
Household hazardous waste (pesticides, pool chemicals, large amounts of paint, etc.)
Bricks, concrete, dirt, rocks, asphalt
Roofing shingles/tiles, construction materials in excess of 25 pounds, any construction material generated from a contractor
Metal or car parts in excess of 20 pounds or longer than four feet, tires
Windows, shower doors, patio doors, mirrors
Fluorescent tubes, appliances that use refrigerants such as refrigerators, air conditioners, freezers, heat pumps, water coolers, dehumidifiers
Piles more than 20 cubic yards, loose debris and litter
Loose grass, leaves, weeds, twigs and hedge clippings must be bagged or boxed and securely tied
For additional questions, contact us.