What is considered Bulk Tree / Yard Debris?

Bushes, shrubbery, tree branches/limbs and large yard trimmings. Tree limbs, branches, sticks must not exceed 6 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter. Items that are not allowed include tree trunks/logs/stumps that exceed 6 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter and any limb debris trimmed/removed by a contractor. (Please note that lumber and fencing is considered household bulk waste not yard bulk waste.)

Note: Grass clippings and leaves can be bagged in clear plastic bags or paper compostable bags and placed at the curb on your scheduled collection day without a bulk reservation. Limit is 30 bags per week per residence (except in November and December when the limit is 50 bags). For more information, visit the waste disposal guidelines page.

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1. How do I schedule a Bulk Trash Collection?
2. What items are considered Bulk Household Items?
3. What is considered Bulk Tree / Yard Debris?
4. When can I place bulk items at the curb for collection?
5. Where do I place bulk items for collection?
6. What are the size limits for bulk collections?
7. How often can I schedule a bulk collection?
8. What do I do with small debris left behind after a bulk trash collection?
9. How do I handle items with glass?
10. What if I have excessive garbage from moving in/out of my home?
11. Can I schedule a bulk collection for tires?