Released on August 30, 2023 - 10:03am

In Observance of Labor Day, Mayor Craig A. Moe will close City and Passport Offices, September 4, 2023. That means refuse, recycling and composting collections will be adjusted for the week of September 4th as follows:

  • Monday’s trash, recycling, and compost collections will be on Tuesday, September 5th. (residential and commercial).
  • Tuesday’s residential trash, recycling and compost will be collected on Wednesday, September 6th, with no change to Tuesday’s commercial collections.
  • Wednesday, Thursday and Friday trash, recycling and composting pickups are unchanged.
  • There will be no Bulk or Yard Debris pickups that week.

The next Residential Yard Debris and Bulk Pickup is set for Wednesday, September 13th. Residents can schedule a pickup by calling Public Works at 301-725-0088, e-mailing [email protected] or using the MyLaurel MD App.

For more information about refuse and recycling, visit the City’s website at

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