NOTICE: Effective June 1, 2024, Waste Management will no longer be the vendor for recycle collections. The City has approved a bid from Town & Country Disposal (Waste Connections). As you are likely aware this is the same company that currently provides garbage pickup. There will be a day of the week change as it will be Wednesday pickup on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. The current containers will need to be picked up by Waste Management and new containers will be delivered by Town & Country. Watch for additional information to come.

Recycling pick-up is the first and third Wednesday of each month. See the community calendar for specific dates. You may place all your clean and dry plastics, glass and metals loose into the same recycling container.


  • Any plastic bottle or food container marked with this symbol and the number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 7
  • Remove caps, covers and O-rings and discard in regular garbage
  • Wash thoroughly
  • Flatten milk jugs and other large plastic containers (step on)
  • Labels do not have to be removed
  • Acceptable Plastic: Examples - milk, laundry and dish detergent, soft drinks, peanut butter, ketchup, shampoo, cooking oil and other containers with recyclable symbol
  • Antifreeze Containers must be rinsed clean and CAPS REMOVED
  • Motor Oil Containers Only. (Replace cap tightly)
  • Non-Acceptable Plastic: Examples - Styrofoam cups, dishes, meat trays
  • Overflow hint: Thread string through all handles then tie


  • Clear, Green, Brown or Blue glass that has contained food or beverage items is acceptable
  • Remove caps, cover and O-rings and discard in regular garbage. Wash thoroughly. DO NOT BREAK
  • Labels do not have to be removed
  • Non-Acceptable Glass: Examples - dishes and drinking glasses, light bulbs, window glass, flower vases, casserole dishes


  • Aluminum: Pop cans, pie tins, aluminum trays and foil. Wash and rinse
  • Tin Cans: Must be crimped or flattened. Rinse clean. Remove labels
  • Copper: Pipes and brass fittings
  • Metal pots and metal pans
  • Non-Acceptable Metals: Aerosol cans, paint thinner cans, charcoal lighter cans and paint cans

Magazines & Catalogs

  • Must be bundled securely with heavy string
  • Set on top of or next to container
  • No phone books
  • No comic books
  • If weather is unfavorable, please save until your next scheduled pick-up.


  • Inserts may be left with newsprint
  • Stack neatly, flatten and tie securely with string
  • Set on top of or next to container
  • DO NOT put in paper or plastic bags
  • No phone books
  • No catalogs
  • If weather is unfavorable, please save until your next scheduled pick-up.

Corrugated Cardboard

  • Must be clean and flattened
  • Maximum acceptable size: 30" x 60" x 6" high
  • Tape or tie securely
  • No pizza boxes
  • No cereal boxes
  • No pop cartons