Thursday, May 14, 2015

Waste Curbside Expansion Project to be completed by October 2015

The City's Division of Waste Collection & Disposal will be completing the Curbside Expansion project by October 15, 2015.  The postcard that will be mailed to the remaining households that are still receiving manual pick-up is provide below along with a map of the final areas to be covered in Ward 14.

An informational meeting will be held at 6:30-7:30 on June 24th at Estabrook Recreation Center, 4125 Fulton Road.  For any questions or more details, please call 216-664-3717.

Residents will receive wheeled waste collection carts: a 95-gallon black cart for garbage and a 65-gallon blue cart for recyclables. Seniors, disabled residents and households of three persons or less can request 48-gallon black and blue carts. 

Homestead Exemption - Residential property owned and occupied by senior citizens 65 years of age or older and/or disabled with an annual income less than $29,500 may be eligible to receive the Homestead rate discounted to $4.

The City's automated curbside started as a pilot project in October 2007.  With a struggling economy and drops in City Revenue, the City passed legislation to begin charging a waste fee to residents in December 2007, currently $8.75 per month

Areas in yellow are the remaining locations where automated curbside pick-up will begin before October 2015.

Ward 14 Curbside Expansion Map by Brian Cummins

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