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The following facilities accept construction and demolition debris and bulk waste for a fee. We recommend contacting the facilities prior to bringing your waste to ensure acceptability of waste, hours of operations, cost, acceptable methods of payment, and any limitations.
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Yard waste is less expensive than garbage and bulk to dispose of but needs to be collected separately in order to realize those savings. To fully benefit from the separate weekly yard waste collection, yard waste will no longer be collected with bulk.
Yes, bulk and yard waste are collected together once per week on your garbage collection day opposite to your recycling day, For example, if your garbage collection days are on Monday and Thursday and your recycling collection day is on Monday, then your bulk and yard waste will be collected on Thursday.
This applies only to small size yard waste (grass clippings, leaves, tree/plant trimmings, etc.). These items must be placed in a clear bag. This allows the hauler to ensure that only yard waste is being collected.
City staff surveyed local stores and found clear plastic bags available at the following locations at the time of the survey:
Clear plastic bags can also be found online through Amazon, Google, and various other online retailers.
No. Larger size yard waste items like tree branches and palm fronds do not need to be bundled. Simply place them in a neat pile within three (3) feet of the curbline on your yard waste collection day. Please keep in mind that no items can be longer than six (6) feet in length and no larger than eight (8) inches in diameter.
Glass items placed out for bulk MUST be contained in a cardboard box or other sealed rigid container. Please label the container to indicate that there is glass inside.