The city will make every effort to pick up bulk items and yard waste weekly.
The city will collect bulk items which include electronics, furniture, materials from do-it-yourself projects, etc. Construction materials, batteries, tires, paint, or medical supplies will NOT be collected.
Yard waste (limbs/leaves) must be placed in a separate pile from bulk/household garbage items which include furniture, appliances, materials from do-it-yourself projects, etc. Leaves shall be bagged or kept in separate piles also.
Limbs and branches shall not exceed four (4) feet in length or include limbs greater than six (6) inches in diameter, nor weigh more than sixty (60) pounds.
To ensure proper garden and yard waste collection for all city residents, the city can only guarantee collecting up to three (3) cubic yards per week.
Do not place bulk items or yard waste under electrical wires, phone wires, cable wires, tree limbs, or by any underground telephone and electrical boxes or near fire hydrants.
On streets where no parkways or lawn areas near the streets are available for placement of bulk items or yard debris, the owner or occupant shall place items adjacent to the driveway but not further than three (3) feet from the travel way or pavement edge.
Tree surgeons and contractors removing trees larger than six (6) inches in diameter under a paid contractual agreement shall collect and properly dispose of all trash generated by their services.
Lawn care maintenance contractors are allowed to place up to three (3) cubic yards of garden and yard trash for city collection.