When Preparing Yard Waste…
All yard waste must be separated from any trash, garbage or rubbish.
Limbs left for the City must be no larger than 48 inches in length and five inches in diameter. All limbs must be parallel to the curbline and placed off street pavement and between roadside drain or ditch and front property line. A maximum volume of 128 cubic feet (8 feet by 4 feet by 4 feet) or a pick-up truck bed is set per week for every household.
Yard waste includes grass, pine straw, weeds, hedge clippings, garden waste and leaves (excluding leaves only during the seasonal pick up dates.) All loose yard waste should be contained in 32-gallons (maximum) container that won't hold water.
Christmas trees left for City pick-up must be natural and bare of all decorations and attachments. The City will collect trees to be donated the first Monday after New Year's until the end of the business week. Also, visit Christmas Tree Dune Rebuilding Projects all along the coast.
All contractors are responsible for the proper disposal of any rubbish, building rubbish, garbage, trash or yard waste created. If contractors neglect, this responsibility falls to the property owner.
Inappropriately Assembled Waste
If the city deems your yard or bulky waste inappropriately assembled, it will be rejected and a notice, along with a flyer, with guidelines will be provided. The notice will request immediate removal. If ignored, a nuisance will be declared and action will follow the city's Code of Ordinances.
All City residents who currently are water and/or sewer customers will have solid waste service from Waste Industries. A $21.50/residential or $26.50/commercial monthly charge will be added to your water/sewer bill.
You are financially responsible for the blue 95 gallon carts provided by GFL. If damaged or lost, these carts cost $98.00 to replace. GFL will not pick up trash in containers other than this cart. An additional cart can be delivered for your use at an additional fee of $21.50/residential or $26.50/commercial per cart per month.