Refuse and recycling are picked up once per week by City waste collection crews Monday through Thursday 7:00AM to 5:00PM. On your scheduled collection day, all waste must be placed in proper containers and at the curb by 7:00AM for collection. Refer to your waste collection invoice or call 433-7151 to find out your scheduled collection day. You can also view the schedule map or the pdf waste collection brochure (343 KB) .
Waste collection crews work four ten-hour days, Monday through Thursday. Collections are not made on the following City-observed holidays. If any of the holidays fall on a Sunday, Crews will be off on Monday. When your weekly schedule pickup falls on, or follows any of the holidays, your refuse will be collected one day late. Crews will complete the weekly schedule during a holiday week by working on Friday.
New Years Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
All residents are now participating in the automated refuse collection program, and the following guidelines apply:
All refuse and yard debris must be set out in 96 and/or 64 gallon containers provided by the City of Centerville, with the lid closed.
The container(s) shall be placed at the end of the driveway with the arrow stamped on the lid pointing toward the street. Containers should not be placed in the street, as this creates a potential hazard for vehicles.
A minimum 3 foot of clearance around all sides of each container is necessary to allow room for the automated arm to operate safely. Ideally, refuse containers should be placed on one side of the driveway and recycling containers on the opposite side of the driveway.
The maximum loaded weight for a 96 gallon container shall be 335 pounds.
Refuse and recycling containers shall not be stored in front of homes where they are visible from the street.
Trash will be picked up at the front of the home of residents who are infirmed or disabled and cannot carry their refuse to the curb. Exemptions may be issued by the City Manager after individually reviewing each request. The City of Centerville reserves the right to request medical verification of infirmities and/or physical disabilities. The exemption applies only to regular refuse and recyclables. Special pickup items, etc., must still be placed at the curb.