- Utility Billing
- Garbage Information
Garbage collection during inclement weather
With the winter season comes the possibility of snow and ice on the roadways. Our sanitation department works hard in all types of weather to ensure that you get the best service possible. The one thing we prioritize even more highly than providing this service is keeping the community safe. There are times when it just isn’t prudent to be out in the snow with a large, heavy truck.
During a snow event, if your garbage is not picked up on its regular day, please leave it out at the curb. We will be by when conditions allow. The City will collect when safe to do so, as such, there is no credit given as all materials will be collected Thank you for your understanding. Please check back here or on social media for specific service updates.
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Examples of cost for common bulky items:
|Carpet (4' long sections, rolled/tied||$14.66|
Items we cannot take include: refrigerators, televisions, computers, washers/dryers, hot water heaters, dishwashers, stoves, yard debris/trees/sod, tires, fuel tanks/propane tanks, hazardous waste, roofing material, rock/concrete/bricks.
Extra residential garbage collection will continue to be coordinated through Utility Billing. Residential solid waste customers who have extra garbage will place the extras into their cart and call Utility Billing at 360-363-8001 to request an extra pickup, prices will be based on cart size: 20 Gallon $7.33, 36 Gallon $7.33, 64 Gallon $14.66, and 96 Gallon $21.99.
Once-A-Month Garbage Schedule
Please put your garbage cart out on the first full week of each month on your normal collection day.
- January 2-6
- February 6-10
- March 6-10
- April 3-7
- May 1-5
- June 4-9
- July 3-7
- August 7-11
- September 4-8
- October 2-6
- November 6-10
- December 4-8
Garbage, Recycling, and Yard Waste Rate Information
To find information on the Solid Waste rate change effective May 1, 2022, please visit our Rate Increase page.
Presentations from the 4/11 Council Meeting can be found here: