Released on November 14, 2017 - 10:03am

Mayor Moe is pleased to annouce an extra bulk item pickup and yard debris collection in the month of November!  In order to help our residents prepare for the upcoming holidaysan extra-special Residential Special Pickup and Yard Debris collection has been added to our calendar for Wednesday, November 29th.

 

Residential Special Pickup collection is intended for the unusually large accumulation of household or yard wastes that cannot be picked up in the normal twice a week refuse collection. Special Pickups are available to single-or two-family dwelling units. 

 

Yard debris needs to be in a paper bag or a reusable container. Branches need to be less than 4' in length and 3 inches in diameter and tied and/or bundled.  Bundles cannot exceed 2’ in diameter. Please have your yard debris out to the curb by 7:00 a.m. on the day of collection.

 

Scheduling: Requests for pickups must be made by the end of the day MONDAY, November 27th. To contact us by phone call: 301-725-0088 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (TTY/Text users call via Maryland Relay). After hour callers may leave a message on our automated voice mail system. For your convenience you can also schedule a special pickup or yard debris collection 24/7 by e-mailing Public Works at [email protected].  For additional information please see our Bulk Trash Pickup page.

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