Trash and recycling containers must be properly stored out of public view. The only exception is on days of trash collection.
Trash and recycling containers should never be stored in the front or side of the property. The only exception is on days of trash collection.
Trash and recycling containers should only be placed out for collection as early as the evening before trash collection day. Please make sure that trash containers are not blocked by any vehicles parked on the street.
Once trash and recycling has been collected, please return the containers to the proper storage location by 7:00pm.
Tie it up. Make sure all of your garbage is properly contained and in a tied trash bag. Having your trash bag tightly sealed will not only keep odors contained, it will also ensure that no garbage falls out. No one likes having papers, old food, or other garbage items blowing around the neighborhood. It brings down the overall aesthetic of the community.
Please pick up any loose trash or recycling items.
Keep it enclosed. Place all of your trash completely inside and fully enclosed in your garbage can. This will help to reduce odors and prevent unsightly garbage from being seen around the neighborhood. Rules like this may seem trivial, but they are intended to improve community aesthetics. Trash that is easily accessible attracts wildlife looking for food and thieves who go through trash in search of personal documents.
Never put hazardous waste in the trash. This includes batteries, paint, electronic devices, fluorescent lamps and tubes, and flammable items.
Please note that residents not adhering to this policy will be sent notifications for lack of compliance that may lead to monetary fines.
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