CURBSIDE YARD WASTE PICKUP HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED. IT WILL RESUME ON MONDAY, APRIL 20. YARD WASTE CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT THE FACILITY AT 32500 GLENDALE (EAST OF FARMINGTON ROAD) FROM 8 A.M. TO 3 P.M. UNTIL FRIDAY, APRIL 17. RESIDENTS, WITH PROPER IDENTIFICATION, MAY BRING THEIR YARD WASTE IN APPROVED BAGS AND DEPOSIT IT THEMSELVES. BE PREPARED TO ABIDE BY SOCIAL DISTANCING AND WEAR A MASK.
Yard waste is collected on the weekly trash collection day from the last Monday of March through the second week of December (weather permitting). Yard waste should be placed in up to 35-gallon cans marked with a yard waste sticker or in paper compost bags. Yard waste stickers can be requested by emailing Public Service or calling (734) 466-2655. Disposal of yard waste after the scheduled collection has ended must be taken to the city dump located at 32700 Glendale. VIEW MAP
Branches less than four feet long and four inches or less in diameter must be bundled, tied and placed out on your regular trash collection day. Up to five bundles a week, weighing less than 50 pounds each, may be placed out for pick up.
For branches longer than four feet, chipper service runs from April through mid-October. Please see the Yard Waste page and the Brush and Branch Collection (PDF) for more details.
Examples of Items Not Collected at the Curb
- Automobile parts
- Broken concrete, masonry or dirt
- Demolished structures, building debris or construction material (responsibility of contractor or resident)
- Hot ashes
- Large amounts of rubbish from clean-up, moving, flooding, fire, etc. Disposal of these items is the resident’s responsibility
- Paint (latex or water-based paint may be disposed of with regular trash provided the lid has been removed and the paint has dried)
- Sod, stumps, logs or limbs over four inches in diameter
- Waste oil or anti-freeze (View the Refuse Disposal Site)