Trash pickup changes during COVID-19

As our community faces the challenges of dealing with COVID-19 and the “stay at home” orders from state and local governments, we may occasionally see impacts from our vendors. If you have any questions about any of the services our community receives make sure to contact us.

Below is a message from American Disposal who is our vendor for trash pickups.

During this time of uncertainty, we will continue to provide trash and recycling collection as an essential service. We are doing our best to maintain the services you rely on to keep your family and our community healthy and safe. As this situation progresses, continue to check our website and Facebook page to keep updated on the latest information.

Impact to Services


Continues to operate as normal. All household trash must be bagged. No bags to exceed 50 lbs. Minimize the amount of material outside containers. Place containers 3 ft. apart and at least 10 ft. from obstacles such as, mailboxes, cars, and lamp post.


Continues to operate as normal. Minimize the amount of material outside containers.


Continues to operate as normal. Follow your designated yard waste collection day. May not exceed 50 lbs. per collection. 10 bags max. Bundled yard debris should not exceed 4ft. in length. Dirt, sod, concrete, rocks, and mulch are NOT acceptable items and will not be collected. Please recycle ALL grass clippings. Lawn recycling is the practice of mulching and allowing lawn clippings to naturally be put back into the soil as fertilizer. Grass clippings are an excellent organic source of nitrogen, and can also conserve water – they are 90% water, as well as organic material – returning water back to the soil.


Suspended until further notice. Please store these items in garages or basements until collection resumes.

PLEASE NOTE: Trash and recycling has increased by 30%, requiring longer than normal service times and more trips to the landfill, with the possibility of service times being delayed.


  • Wipe down handles and surrounding area of containers
  • Minimize Yard Waste: Mulch your grass clippings vs bagging them
  • Now is NOT the time for Basement, Garage, or Spring Clean Outs – please save these projects for a better time
  • REDUCE, REUSE, and RECYCLE to limit bagged household waste
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