Due to potential impacts of Hurricane Ian, some area garbage, recycling and yard debris collection schedules were impacted. Most solid waste collections were announced to resume Monday. Garbage and recycling containers should be secured for the storm.
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Garbage, recycling and yard debris collection services were suspended for Thursday and Friday. These days will not be made up.
Normal curbside services will resume Monday.
Trail Ridge Landfill will be closed from Thursday until Saturday.
The town of Baldwin's trash collection was suspended and will resume Monday.
Garbage, recycling and yard debris pick-up was canceled for Thursday and Friday in Atlantic Beach.
St. Johns County
Household garbage, recycling and yard debris collection schedules were suspended for Thursday and Friday. Normal collections will resume Monday.
St. Johns County will conduct make-up household garbage collections Saturday for residents who were originally scheduled to have service Thursday and Friday. No recycling, yard waste, or storm debris will be collected.
The Tillman Ridge and Stratton Road Transfer Stations will also be closed during those dates.
In addition, residential and commercial waste collection for the City of St. Augustine and the City of St. Augustine Beach was suspended Thursday and Friday. Service is expected to resume when conditions allow.
For additional information, call the St. Johns County Emergency Management Citizen Information Line at 904-824-5550.
Garbage and recycling were suspended Thursday and Friday. Operations are set to resume Monday.
All solid waste facilities, including Rosemary Hill, were closed Thursday and Friday and are planned to reopen Saturday, weather permitting.
Residents can bring residential waste to our solid waste facilities when they reopen on Saturday.
The Rosemary Hill Solid, Waste Management Facility, will be accepting residential yard waste at no charge from Saturday until Oct. 11 during regular operating hours from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Residents must provide proof of residency with a driver’s license, lease or utility bill. Commercial waste will be charged at normal rates. All yard waste transported in any type of commercial vehicle will be considered commercial.
This article originally appeared on Florida Times-Union: Jacksonville garbage collection services resume after Hurricane Ian