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Posted on: February 17, 2021

Trash & Recycling Collection Resumes Monday, Feb 22

(February 19, 2021) Curbside trash and recycling service resumes starting Monday, February 22 on your regular service day.  Crews will service trash routes first, then recycling routes. It is possible crews will collect recycling on a different day than your trash collection. Please leave bins out until picked up.

Extra trash set-out tips: We understand you may have accumulated extra trash due to winter weather and the delay in service. 

  • Please have your extra household trash bagged and set next to your trash cart for servicing.
  • Help us keep Frisco beautiful and critters away from your trash (especially food waste). Please store trash in your garage until your regular service day.  

If you want to remove your trash before your service day, the 9901 Custer Road Transfer Station is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Bring your current Frisco water bill and matching ID. Frisco residents with a city utility billing account get two free drop-offs per month.

If you’ve experienced damage to your home and have construction debris, please email [email protected] for a voucher to haul any construction debris to the landfill. You will have to provide your name, address, a description of your vehicle, and the date you wish to drop-off. Construction debris cannot be collected as a part of curbside service. 

All routes for yard waste and scheduled bulk trash will be delayed until March 1.

The Environmental Collection Center will reopen Saturday, February 20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. including the Household Chemical and Electronics Disposal and Reuse Center. 

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