When and where can I set out my waste?


Carts should be placed at the collection point no earlier than 6 p.m. on the day before the scheduled collection and no later than 7 a.m. on collection day. Residents should move the cart inside the garage, to the side of the house or to another location out of public view no later than 11 p.m. on the collection day. If your collection point is in the alley, it is not necessary to move the container after pickup unless your property abuts a street from which the container will be visible.

Brush & Bulky Goods

Brush may be placed out any day within a week of collection.  All other bulky waste items may only be placed at curbside on the day before collection. Garland Sanitation personnel and vehicles will not go into your yard. Please place brush and bulky goods between the sidewalk and curb in your front yard for pick-up. Please box and label items such as broken glass and sheetrock. Boxes should weigh no more than 40 pounds.

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1. Who do I contact for questions or concerns?
2. I’m new to Garland. How do I start residential garbage or recycling service?
3. When is my trash, recycling and brush bulky goods collection day?
4. How often is my waste and recycling collected?
5. I have a business in Garland, how does City of Garland Commercial Waste Service work?
6. Why wasn't my waste or recycling picked-up?
7. How do I find out about service delays?
8. When and where can I set out my waste?
9. How many trash & recycling containers can I have?
10. Garland Sanitation left a note on my container or door. What does it mean?
11. What can I recycle?
12. Will Garland Sanitation pick-up tree trunks and branches?
13. Will you collect my fencing?
14. I have extra bags of trash that won’t fit into my trash cart. Can I set them out for bulky collection?
15. Will you collect my construction/tear-out materials?
16. How much does it cost to dispose at your facilities?
17. My apartment doesn't offer recycling, what do I do?
18. What can I dispose of where?
19. Where can I dispose of hazardous waste and tires?
20. How does recycling work?