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City of Sacramento residential yard waste customers can place trees in the street for pickup as part of the City’s Leaf Season service.
The City’s plastic bag ban goes into effect January 1, 2016. More information at bringyourownsac.org.
The Recycling and Solid Waste Division provides garbage, recycling, yard waste collection and street sweeping to more than 124,000 residential customers in the City of Sacramento.
Recycle your Christmas Tree with help from the City.
Midtown Parking Access Pilot RSW is piloting once-a-month parking restrictions in part of midtown to match service levels with access and provide more parking.
Service requests for broken or missing containers can be made online at Sac 311.
Residential leaf pile pickup occurs approximately every two weeks from October 31, 2016 through January 29, 2017. Crews work rain or shine, including holidays. Learn about the collection schedule and how to have a pile with style.
Oil, batteries and light bulbs take special handling. We'll pick them up with an appointment
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City residential yard waste customers can use the leaf season service, which continues until January 31, 2017, for some tree limbs and yard debris that has blown down as a result of recent storms. Please note there are size limitations to what can be picked up by the City. Learn more at http://buff.ly/2j44JS9 Read Post
Best option is to donate or reuse clothing, otherwise they need to go in the garbage can, not the recycling. http://buff.ly/2j65mYN Read Post
Have you worn out the batteries from all your new gadgets? Find recycling options for City residential customers: http://buff.ly/2jH8dIC Read Post
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