Collection begins April 8 and runs through April 12

Click HERE for route schedule by street name or see map below.

All residents who subscribe to weekly refuse service may participate in the bi-annual Seasonal Cleanup. All material must be at the curb by 7:00AM the morning of your scheduled pickup day. Return trips will not be made for items set out late.

Material or other items placed for pickup shall be at the curb no more than five (5) days in advance of the subscriber’s scheduled seasonal pickup day. Items placed at the curb earlier than five (5) days in advance of the scheduled pickup day will be treated by the city as a “special pickup” with charges being assessed to the subscriber or person responsible for placement.

Material must be in containers and kept dry. No containers larger than thirty (30) gallons or weighing more than fifty (50) pounds. All unmarked containers will be considered as left for disposal.

Material must be covered during rain or strong wind to avoid wetness and blowing.

Building material shall not be larger than four feet (4') in length and three feet (3') wide. Loose items must be boxed or bagged. The weight of such containers shall not exceed fifty (50) pounds.

No material shall contain nails that have not been bent over.

Carpeting or padding shall be in rolls no wider than four feet (4') and tied with a cord.

It is prohibited to have rocks, bricks, concrete blocks or plaster weighing in excess of fifty (50) pounds.

It is prohibited to mix regularly scheduled refuse with material scheduled for this pickup.

It is prohibited to place for pickup brush, limbs, or other yard waste material.

It is prohibited to place for pickup liquid waste, including but not limited to: paint, household chemicals, used motor oil, antifreeze, and tar. Household chemical containers and pesticides must be rinsed prior to placement for pickup and when applicable, in accordance with product labeling instructions (triple rinse for pesticides).

Paint cans or tar buckets must have the lids removed and remaining paint or tar completely dry. Paint will be accepted in the following ways: wood or cardboard may be painted to use up the remaining paint; cat litter or floor dry may be used to make the paint a thick paste.

Refrigerators and/or freezers must have the doors removed and the contents emptied.

Whiteware shall be tagged in accordance with approved refuse tags and amounts as established by the city. Refuse tags for refrigerators and/or freezers must be on the unit and not on the removed door.

Any items not properly tagged or placed for pickup, in a manner that appears to be intended for pickup, shall be deemed authorized by pickup and will be treated by the city as a "special pickup" with charges being accordingly assessed.

The following items require refuse tags to cover disposal costs: The cost of each tag is $2.00 and may be purchased at the City Utilities Office, Chief Supermarket, Kurtz Ace Hardware, Circle K or Shell (Napoleon Party Mart).

The required number of bag tags for the following items are:

  1. Refrigerator/Freezer –  13 Tags
  2. Air Conditioner –  13 Tags
  3. Water Cooler -  13 Tags
  4. Dehumidifier -  13 Tags
  5. Passenger Car or Truck Tire –  3 Tags
  6. Semi-Truck Tire –  6 Tags
  7. Tractor Tire –  8 Tags

Please contact the Operations Department between 7:00 AM and 3:30 PM at 419-599-1891 with any questions regarding cleanup.