|Frequency||Garbage Bin Size||Annual Rate|
*These approved 2021 rates do not include the rebate. As part of the 2021 tax-supported budget process, the rebate will be discussed at the City Council meeting taking place February 18/19, 2021. Council’s decision may impact the overall net bin fees.
For a number of years, many Solid Waste Management Services single-family ratepayers have received a rebate or credit on each utility bill, funded from the property tax base. The rebate for the extra-large garbage bin was removed in 2017. During the 2019 budget process, City Council approved a three-year plan to phase out the rest of the garbage bin rebates. This included the single-family residential large garbage bin rebate and bag-only rebate being eliminated in 2019, the medium garbage bin rebate being phased out over 2019 and 2020 and the small garbage bin rebate being phased out over 2019, 2020 and 2021. The phasing out of the rebates support Solid Waste Management Services’ transition to a self-sufficient and sustainable utility where operating expenses are fully covered by rate revenues.
|Customer Type||Material||Annual Rate
|All Residential (Single and Multi)||Oversized items that do not fit in garbage bag or bin||$19.75|
The following is an approved fee providing for the collection of oversized and metal items per single family home and for each multi-residential unit per property location, regardless of whether the service is used.
|Bag Program||Bin Program|
|For disposing of Oversized & Metal Items, Electronic Waste, & Hazardous Hazardous Waste please speak with your building management.|
Bags and bins should be set out:
Place items out between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.