Recycling & Garbage Information

2023 Garbage & Recycling Pick Up

Holiday Schedule 2023 - Thursday Service

New Years Day – Sunday, January 1
Memorial Day – Monday, May 29
Independence Day – Tuesday, July 4
Labor Day – Monday, September 4
Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 23
Christmas Day – Monday, December 25

Garbage/Recycling Pick-up Reminders —

Carts should be placed for pickup by 7:00am

Your cart should be within 18 inches of the curb with the arrows on the lid pointing to the street/curb. Carts cannot be placed on the street. If there is snow, please clear an area in the terrace, or leave the carts at the end of your driveway.

To avoid damage to property, place the cart at least three feet away from mailboxes, lampposts and other fixed objects.

Place your cart on as level a surface as possible, but away from low hanging tree branches.

Place carts at least three feet away from each other.

Close lids prior to pick-up. Lids should be closed on the carts for driver identification and in order to stop material from spilling or blowing away.

Carts not properly placed will be tagged and not picked up.

Only Waste Management carts will be emptied.

Any questions please call Waste Management at 888-960-0008.

Do not recycle these items —

Motor oil, insecticide, herbicide or hazardous chemical containers

Plastic grocery bags, plastic film (Saran wrap, tarps or plastic drop cloths/sheets)

Expanded foam or polystyrene materail

Plastic toys, light bulbs, window glass, dinnerware or ceramics

Dirty cardboard, pizza bottoms

These items may be recycled —

#1 plastic soda & water bottles

Aluminum cans, trays and foil. Milk and juice containers, steel and tin cans

#2 plastic milk and juice jugs, detergent and fabric softener bottles

#3 plastic narrow neck containers only. Health and beauty aid products, household cleaners

#4 plastic margarine tubs, frozen dessert cups, six-pack rings

#5 plastic yogurt cups, narrow neck syrup and ketchup bottles

#7 plastic narrow neck containers

Plastic kitty litter containers, 5-gallon size maximum

Glass bottles and jars, newspapers, including inserts, cardboard, brown paper bags, soda & beer carrying cases

Shredded paper, magazines, catalogs, phone books, office-, computer- and notebook papers, gift wrap

Cereal, cake and food mix boxes with all plastic liners removed

Junk mail and envelopes (including windowed envelopes) and paper back books (hard cover with front and backs removed)

All containers should be emptied and rinsed out. Larger cardboard boxes should be broken down and placed next to the blue recycling bags.

Remember, state and local laws require everyone to recycle.

Yard Waste & Brush Pick Up

Yard Waste Pick Up

Yard wastes (leaves, lawn clippings) can be set at the curb in front of your property for Tuesday pick up. Items must be bagged or in a reasonable sized, manageable container, which will be returned to you. Debris raked into the curb, not in containers, will not be picked up with the exception of fall leaf collection. If any type of household trash is found in your containers, it will be left behind. This service is provided for natural materials only.

Brush Chipping

Brush Chipping will be held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Residents of the village are asked to have neat, manageable piles of brush at the curb in front of the property for the chipping crew. This is not a tree removal service, but instead to provide a service to our residents who are doing routine maintenance. All questions should be directed to the Clerk or the Public Works Department.