If you live in a home that gets Arlington County’s trash collection service, with a Monday or Tuesday collection day, prepare to hang on to your refuse for another week.
Arlington’s Dept. of Environmental Service said in an email this afternoon that Monday and Tuesday trash, recycling and organics collection has been cancelled due to “safety issues related to today’s storm.” Christmas tree collection has also been cancelled for those two days.
For those who now have to hold on to their trash for an extra week, “excess trash can be stored and placed curbside in plastic bags and personal containers with lids,” DES advised.
Collection service is expected to resume Wednesday on a normal schedule.
More from DES:
Because of safety issues related to today’s storm, Monday and Tuesday curbside recycling/trash/organics collection will not take place for those routes this week.
Weather-permitting, curbside service will resume Jan. 5 with regular Wednesday morning routes, continue on Jan. 6 with regular Thursday routes and conclude for the week on Jan. 7 with regular Friday routes. There will be no shifting of routes and days as previously publicized.
Excess trash can be stored and placed curbside in plastic bags and personal containers with lids.
The County offers two major recycling drop-off locations.
Special Christmas tree collection will resume Wednesday, weather-permitting, and continue through next week.
On behalf of the County’s contractor and its crews, thank you for your patience and understanding.
For the latest County office delays/cancellations, please visit [this page].
Arlington County Department of Environmental Services
UPDATE: Due to safety, Monday & Tuesday recycling/trash/organics collection won't take place this week. Weather-permitting, curbside service resumes Jan. 5 with regular Wednesday routes and concludes for the week Jan. 7 with regular Friday routes. More: https://t.co/iY1PyNLJBR pic.twitter.com/RSfA5PaIlk
— Arlington Department of Environmental Services (@ArlingtonDES) January 3, 2022
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