Alexandria Lays Out Schedule of Resumed Trash Services

After COVID-19 led to the suspension of some trash pick-up services, Mayor Justin Wilson announced yesterday (Wednesday) that some of those will begin resuming during the phased reopening.

Many of the city’s collection services are scheduled to restart Monday, two weeks from now.

According to the new schedule:

  • Mulch orders and delivery: Orders opened on Monday, June 1, and delivery of mulch is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 15
  • Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Center: normal hours for the hazardous and electronics drop-off center are scheduled to resume on Monday, June 8
  • Curbside yard waste collection: curbside collection is scheduled to resume on Friday, June 19. Curbside collection will be on Fridays only for all residents.
  • Refuse and recycling collection of material allowed outside of City-issued carts: collection resumes on Monday, June 15
  • Curbside bulk trash collection: collection resumes Monday, June 15
  • Curbside metal/appliance collection: collection resumes Monday, June 15
  • Citywide street sweeping: resumes Monday, June 15
  • Farmers’ market food waste drop-off: suspended until Northern Virginia enters Phase 3

Staff photo by Jay Westcott

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