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Curbside and Alley Trash Collection

Curbside and alley solid waste collection are provided once a week for all residents in single family homes. 

How do I prepare my trash for collection?

Click on the Collection schedule to see your specific collection day. 

For the holiday schedule click here

Secure all trash, grass and animal waste in plastic bags and place inside the trash container with lid closed. This prevents littering and odors. 

Bag and tie your trash bags before putting them inside your trash bin! (NEVER bag recyclables. All recyclables must be placed in your blue bin loosely).

 Do not overfill and all materials must be inside of the trash container. Materials outside of the trash containers will not be collected.


Curbside Trash Collection Guidelines


Place your trash container at curbside or in the driveway by 6:00 a.m. and remove by 8:00 p.m. on the same day.  

Do not block the sidewalk and place trash container 4 feet away from fixed objects.


Alley Trash Collection Guidelines


Use the closest trash container.  If that container is full, use the next adjacent one. 

Do not move trash containers, only authorized Solid Waste employees may move container.

Do not allow the alleyways to become littered with garbage, you are required to maintain the alleyways. 

Maintain tree limbs and branches no lower than 13.5 feet above the alleyways.

Trim or cut vegetation so that it does not protrude into the alleyways. 

Remove all weeds from properties and adjacent rights of way.  This includes alley areas from your property to the center of the alleyway. 

Do not place the recycling container in the alley, place in front of your house at curbside for collection. 

Unacceptable materials for trash collection

 The items listed below may not be placed in your trash container.  To dispose of the items, you may call Solid Waste Commercial for roll-off service at (480) 350-8268 or visit the transfer stations

  • Construction materials
  • Lumber
  • Shingles
  • Brick
  • Rock
  • Concrete 
  • Dirt
  • Sod
  • Sand
  • Auto parts
  • Appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, washer, microwaves, televisions, dryers, dishwashers, and water heaters can by recycled or by dropping them off at the Household Products Collection Center during operating hours. 
  • Motor oil and hazardous materials - Please take to the Household Products Collection Center