The sanitation needs for The City of Druid Hills are met through contract with Waste Management. This includes trash, recycling, and yard waste collection.
Collection shall be one time per week for garbage, for recycling, and yard waste of each residence, except on the following holidays:
New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
If the holiday is on a Monday, all collections will be made one day later that week.
Large and/or bulky items (one item per week), such as stoves, hot water heaters, furniture, etc., will be collected on normal collection days. Residents must have any item containing Freon “Green Tagged” by a certified agent to show that the Freon was removed prior to disposal.
Contractor will not collect the following items:
|ITEMS CONTRACTOR WILL NOT COLLECT|
|No Hazardous Waste||No Car Parts|
|No Liquid Waste of any Kind||No Tires|
|No Batteries||No Wet Paint|
|Nothing that could be harmful to Contractor’s employees|
|Max weight any container:||50 pounds|
|Max bag size:||33 gallons|
|Max can size:||32 gallons|
|No barrels or boxes of any type will be emptied|
Should a resident have questions or encounter an issue with their service, they can contact Waste Management via their customer service number 866-237-7019 or via their website at wm.com.
Should further assistance be needed, you can contact Commissioner Alex Gipe at 859-327-0271.
Should you observe a Street Light in our City that needs replacing you can contact Commissioner David Westfall at 502-643-3078.
Snow plowing service for City streets is contracted by the City in the event of snow.
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