Refuse & Recycling
The new service days are: Monday/Thursday trash service with recycling on Monday, Monday/Thursday trash service with recycling on Thursday, or Tuesday/Friday trash service with recycling on Tuesday. Please refer to the service map below for your service days. The Village at
Containers used for refuse (trash) pickup service (in-ground containers or your own containers, not to exceed 50 pounds when loaded for collection) shall be placed for collection curbside or, if available, in the alley at the rear of the residence. Containers must be placed at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on your trash and/or recycling service day; however, they may be placed out after 6:00 p.m. on the day preceding regular collection, and shall be removed from the curb by midnight of the day of collection. Containers shall be stored between collections in such a manner that they are not readily visible from the street.
Bulk item pickup will be on the last collection day of the month. Place items for bulk pickup at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on your trash day. Items include: yard and tree clippings less than 4’ in length bundled; furniture; box springs; mattresses; carpet cut into 4’ strips; appliances (FREON MUST BE REMOVED); and, other similar items. NO tires, liquids, paint, batteries, pesticides or 55-gallon drums will be accepted.
Waste Management's first ever comprehensive recycling education and outreach campaign targeted at consumers, educators, cities and community members is now available and at your disposal. We are excited to share this with you as we believe Recycle Often. Recycle Right.SM campaign -- or RORR for short -- can be a catalyst to educate, inspire and change consumer behavior and reduce contamination.
| Plastic Bottles or Jugs
|| Paper Products
|| Steel & Tin
|| Cardboard & Chipboard
|| Aseptic Boxes
| plastic Jugs
|| computer & writing paper
|| food & tin cans(containing no food)
|| including all inserts
|| corrugated cardboard boxes
|| beverage cans
|| milk containers
|| glass food jars
| bottles with screw tops
|| junk mail
|| empty aerosol cans
|| dry food boxes
|| aluminum foil
|| juice containers
|| glass beverage bottles
| PETE#1 bottles or HDPE#2 jugs #3,#4,#5, #6,#7 plastic generated from INSIDE the home
|| brown paper bags
|| shoe boxes
|| clean disposable baking pans
|| ice cream containers
What Not to Recycle
Refer to the list below. Direct any questions concerning recyclables to Waste Management.
|Aluminum (sheets,siding) not curbside||Packing material (peanuts, bubble wrap, sheeting)|
|Diapers||Pet food bags|
|Dinner (frozen) trays||Pie trays|
|Foil juice bags||Plastic bags|
|Garden hoses||Plastic toys|
|Liners (wax or plastic)||Rubber bands|
View and/or print the service map for Litchfield Park resident refuse and recycling.
Blue: trash pick up on Monday and Thursday; recycling pick up Thursday
Green: trash pick up on Tuesday and Friday; recycling pick up Tuesday
Red: trash pick up on Monday and Thursday; recycling pick up on Monday
Holiday Collection Schedule
View and/or print the 2020 Holiday Collection Schedule for Litchfield Park resident refuse and recycling.
Live Tree Recycling
The City provides an annual live Christmas tree recycling drop off location in the parking lot west of City Hall. Residents can drop off their live trees the first Saturday in January in the designated area. Please call 623-935-5033 for additional details.