The city offers trash and recycling removal, as well as the opportunity to place up to one cubic yard of extra debris for collection.
An interactive webpage allows you to enter your address to view the next scheduled garbage and recycling pickup.
Through May 27, Project Clean & Green will be targeting specific areas for coordinated neighborhood cleanups. Each zone has a different week in which residents of that area can place household items, yard waste, unwanted furniture and up to five tires for the city to collect for free. Residents who want similar items removed, but do not do so during their assigned week, may be charged up to $150 for items larger than one cubic yard.
The Project Clean & Green webpage notes that the city will not remove appliances, TVs, paint or grass clippings. Some items can be disposed of at a Self-Help Drop-off Center.
The city’s recycling guidelines detail items that are now accepted, such as aluminum containers, metal pots and pans, phone books and aerosol cans. The city uses single-sort recycling, which allows residents to put all recyclable materials in one container for collection.