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Residential Leaf Season Collection. Fill containers first, then pile! First day to put a leaf pile in the street is November 1, 2017. Last day is January 31, 2018. Find your estimated collection date on our Collection Calendar beginning October 31, 2017.

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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.

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SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Dec 12 - It's the peak of leaf season. Our Claw crews are working six days a week. Don't forget to use your container first (it gets collected weekly) helping the Claw get through the City faster (currently 14 days). Find your estimated Claw collection schedule at Read Post

Dec 07 - News from the City of Sacramento... Read Post

Nov 28 - Not too late to play our Waste Sorting Game and be entered into a drawing for an IPad mini! Read Post

Nov 21 - Normal waste collection will take place on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 23, 2017. Please have your containers on the street by 6:00 AM. Happy Thanksgiving! Read Post

Nov 20 - A nice email from a City of Sacramento customer for our "Yard Waste Man" Kenny: Good morning! I just wanted to send praise for the yard waste man who serviced my address for the past two week (11/8 and 11/15). He waves to my son, and even gets out to give him high fives. My son is three years old, and wants to be a yard waste man when he grows up. In fact, that's what he was for Halloween. Not a garbage truck man, a yard waste man! So, having a City employee do what this man does is truly special, and brings pure joy to my son's heart...and to mine, as well. I don't even know his name, but he is truly so thoughtful and goes above and beyond to deliver unparalleled customer service. The City is lucky to have him. Give this man a raise! Read Post