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Household Garbage
This includes food scraps, packaging, clothes, and other non-recyclables. All garbage must be bagged and placed inside the bin. For curbside collection, place the bin(s) within six (6) feet of the curb with the wheels facing toward your house, lid opening facing the street.

Yard Waste
Includes grass, leaves, shrubs, tree trimmings and palm fronds. All yard waste is to be bagged, containerized or in tied bundles, except for palm fronds (they may be neatly stacked). The bags and/or bundles of limbs must be less than 50 pounds. Limbs should not exceed 4 feet in length or 3 inches diameter. You may have up to 10-12 bags, tied bundles, or placed in cans on yard waste day (accumulated for your home).



  • Pasteboard (i.e. cereal boxes, empty paper towel and toilet paper rolls, soda boxes, beer boxes, tissue boxes, gift boxes, clean pizza boxes and shoe boxes)
  • Brown paper grocery bags (no wax, no liners)
  • Cardboard (flattened and cut down to fit inside the recycle bin)
  • White and colored paper, newspapers, magazines, catalogs and telephone books
  • Plastic bottles and jugs #1-7
  • Glass bottles and jars (clear, green and brown)
  • Aluminum cans, (such as food cans)
  • Empty non-hazardous aerosol cans (remove nozzles)

*Please rinse out all containers and remove all lids*

1. Plastic bags, planting pots or plastic trays (even those with #1-7 on the bottom)
2. Electronic devices
3. Motor oil or pesticide containers
4. Drinkware (i.e. plastic cups, paper cups)
5. Paper plates
6. Light bulbs
7. Aluminum foil or pie plates
8. Paint or pesticide cans
9. Egg cartons and Styrofoam
10. Broken glass (i.e. window panes or mirrors, etc.)
11. Wax coated cardboard

When in doubt…throw it out!