Refuse Collection Rules


  • Service address must be on all cans.
  • Refuse cans must be 32 gallons or less.
  • Cans must not weight more than 65 pounds when full.
  • Cans must have a close fitting lid.
  • Refuse cans must be located curbside on pickup days unless prior arrangements have been made.
  • Residential cans must be out by 9 a.m. on pickup days.


  • Dumpsters must be accessible for pickup.
  • Dumpster must be located on a concrete pad or an asphalt surface.
  • If a dumpster is enclosed by a fence, a clearance of 2 feet on each side of the dumpster is required. 

Overflowing Containers:

  • An overflowing container is defined as a can where the lid does not fit securely in place or a dumpster where the lid is not flat.
  • Overflowing containers will be picked up at the discretion of the refuse truck driver.
  • Additional charges may be assessed accordingly.

Refuse Service DOES NOT Include:

  • Appliances and electronics
  • Construction debris, bricks, rocks, concrete blocks, etc.
  • Flammable, explosive, or hazardous materials (including liquid waste): batteries, fluorescent lights, aerosol cans, pesticides, fertilizer, asbestos, pressurized gas cylinders, propane tanks, ammunition, paint, solvents, oils, fuels, antifreeze, household or commercial chemicals
  • Heavy/bulky items: mattresses, couches, etc.
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Tires
  • Wood or metal pipe over 2 feet in length
For more information or questions about trash service please call 360-378-2810