Department of Public Works [DPW]
DPW Hours: 7:00 am – 3:30 pm
TRASH/RECYCLING PICKUP BEGINS AT 7 AM TUES/WED/THUR so please be sure to place at curb BY 7 am. Thank you!
Trash/Debris is CURBSIDE PICK UP ONLY-- PLEASE DO NOT BRING TRASH/DEBRIS TO the DPW Garage; there is NO DUMPING ALLOWED.
PLEASE BE MINDFUL- Trash needs to be bagged and tied up. Many people are leaving a lot of loose trash in the cans, including a lot of tissues, latex gloves* and paper towels from sanitizing that could have the virus. For the health & safety of the DPW crews, and your fellow neighbors, please dispose of your trash properly and responsibly. Help us help you.
[* No matter what type of gloves, (latex, nitrile, vinyl), they are not recyclable. Put them in the trash. Gloves that end up in recycling contaminate good recyclables and can turn entire bales of material into trash.Protect yourself from COVID-19 by wearing gloves; protect the environment by keeping all gloves out of the recycling bin or cart.] CLICK HERE to see what is recyclable.
TELEVISIONS & ELECTRONICS CANNOT BE PICKED UP BY VILLAGE DPW
PLEASE CONTACT OCRRA FOR DISPOSAL or watch for periodic Electronic Recycling Events!
For Questions on electronics, insecticides, batteries, paints or hazardous waste, Please call the Onondaga County Resource Recovery
(OCRRA) Hotline at 453-2870 or GO TO OCRRA.ORG
OCRRA Municipal UPDATE 4/24/2020regarding their drop-off at Amboy & Jamesville Compost Sites, and Ley Creek Transfer Station
Village curbside pick-up service is provided by the Village of Fayetteville Department of Public Works
For safety reasons, no container should contain more that 55lbs of material.
Items Picked up on Regular Tues-Thurs Routes:
(but not necessarily at one time)
Garbage, Trash, Appliances, Uhpolstered Furniture, Microwaves Ovens, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves Washers, Dryers, Furnace Parts (four foot maximum), Miscellaneous Metals, Rimless Tires, Tire Rims.
Roofing Materials, Shingles, Liquid Paint Thinner, Solvents, Batteries, Acids, Alkalis, Drain Cleaners, Oil, Grass Clippings, Gas, Propane, or Fuel Tanks.]
**The Village D.P.W. can not take T.V.s, electronics, FLUORESCENT BULBS, hazardous liquid materials (i.e. paint, lawn fertilizers, liquid chemicals).
TuesdayNorthern and Western parts of the Village of Fayetteville
Eastern part of the Village, Brookside and Signal Hill
ThursdaySouthern and Central part of the Village
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.
You can get blue bin replacements at the DPW garage, or call us at 637-6065.
Select Scheduled Pick-Ups (village wide):
- Beginning Mondays...Brush, yard waste, tree limbs, metal-free lumber and clean wood generated by homeowner. Cut to 4-foot lengths, place parallel to curb but not in street; do not bag or mix with other materials. WE DO NOT PICK UP GRASS CLIPPINGS.
- 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.
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 electronics, insecticides, batteries, paints or hazardous waste, Please call the Onondaga County Resource Recovery (OCRRA) Hotline at 453-2870 or visit http://www.ocrra.org/
Village of Fayetteville is a member of the CNY Stormwater Coalition and is designated as an MS4 community.
The Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) General Permit requires regulated municipal MS4s (those with a minimum population density of 1000 people per square mile and are located in urban areas as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau) to develop and fully implement a stormwater management program by 2008.
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