VILLAGE OF FAYETTEVILLE - CURBSIDE PICK-UP
Service is provided by the Department of Public Works
Phone: 637-6065 Hours: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
Brush, Tree Limbs and Nail-Free Lumber: Cut to 4 foot lengths will be picked up on Mondays. Please place items parallel to curb and DO NOT bag it or place it on the street. Clean Wood.
Leaves: Rake up to the curb, but PLEASE, DO NOT put them in the street or in bags.
Weight: For safety reasons, no container should contain more that 55lbs of material. PLEASE USE 35 GALLON TRASH CONTAINERS.
Items Picked up on Normal Routes: (but not necessarily at one time) Garbage, Trash, Appliances, Furniture, Microwaves Ovens, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves Washers, Dryers, Furnace Parts (four foot maximum), Miscellaneous Metals, Rimless Tires, Tire Rims.
Tuesday: Northern and Western parts of the Village of Fayetteville
Wednesday: Eastern part of the Village, Brookside and Signal Hill
Thursday: Southern and Central part of the Village
Recyclable Items: Cardboard (2’ x 3’ maximum), Plastic, Paperboard, Glass, Newspaper, etc. Recyclable items are picked up on normal routes from the blue bins at a separate time from trash. Please DO NOT put out newspapers on wet days. The Village will reject the entire load if recyclables are persistently mixed with trash.
3rd Friday of Each Month (Village Wide): The Village will pick up Clean Hard Fill, Dirt, Rocks, Concrete, Masonry, and Bricks (55lb. Containers maximum).
Last Friday of Each Month (Village Wide): The Village will pick up Building Materials, Wood Wooden Furniture, Lumber, Plastic Pipe (4 Ft. Maximum), Plaster, Drywall and Plumbing Fixtures.
The Village WILL NOT PICK UP loads that contain: Roofing Materials, Shingles, Liquid Paint Thinner, Solvents, Batteries, Acids, Alkalis, Drain Cleaners, Oil, Grass Clippings, Gas, Propane, or Fuel Tanks.
Please DO NOT place garbage, trash, recyclable at the roadside until the evening prior to your route. Timely removal of empty containers is appreciated.
IT IS ILLEGAL TO BRING TRASH OR OTHER DEBRIS TO THE VILLAGE FOR COLLECTION
For Questions on insecticides, batteries, paints or hazardous waste, Please call the Onondaga County Resource Recovery (OCRRA) Hotline at 453-2870 or visit www.OCRRA.org