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Trash Collection and Recycling

HOUSEHOLD TRASH: Normal everyday household trash that will fit in covered trash cans is picked up at the rear/side of a resident’s house each TUESDAY and FRIDAY. Containers kept in garages must be placed outdoors by 7:00 AM for collection that day. Please do not put household trash containers or trash bags on the curb or parking strip. Please wrap all broken glass and label it as such. If a holiday, such as Christmas, falls on a trash day, there will be only one trash collection that week. See the list, below, of holidays when recycling/trash is not collected.

YARD TRASH: Normal yard trash including cuttings, lawn and hedge clippings, leaves and other rakings, should be placed in paper bags and placed at curbside each MONDAY. Sticks and tree trimmings (not to exceed four feet in length or three inches in diameter) must be tied in bundles and placed at curbside for pickup on MONDAY.

MISSED PICKUP: To report a missed pick-up or to request a private special pick-up, contact the town manager.

Place glass and metal containers as well as plastic milk containers in the green plastic recycling box (provided by the Section) at curbside by 7:00 AM WEDNESDAY. Mixed paper and newspapers should be placed in the blue bin (provided by the Section) and placed at curbside on WEDNESDAY. See the list, below, of holidays when recycling/trash is not collected.

Still uncertain about what is recyclable and what is trash? Read about Montgomery County's recycling program and know all.

When a holiday listed below falls on TUESDAY or FRIDAY, trash will NOT be collected the next day because Section 5 has two household trash collection days.

When a holiday listed below falls on WEDNESDAY, recyclables will be collected on THURSDAY.

Our trash hauler, Montgomery County Sanitation and Recycling, Inc., recognizes the following holidays, on which trash and recyclables are not collected:

  • New Year's Day
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Presidents' Day
  • Memorial Day
  • July 4th
  • Labor Day
  • Veterans Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day