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Public Hearing on Proposed Development Impact Fees

Post Date: 11/14/2018 - In accordance with Arizona Revised Statute 9-463.05, the City of Avondale is holding a public hearing to accept comments on the proposed development impact fees. The public hearing will be held at Avondale City Hall at the City Council meeting scheduled:  Monday, January 14, 2019,  City Hall Council Chambers, 11465 W. Civic Center Drive, Avondale, Arizona 85323 at 7:00 pm.  City Council reviewed the Land Use Assumptions and Infrastructure Improvement Plan on Monday, October 15, 2018. 

 

Bulk & Green Waste

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good bulk pileEach month, the City collects large, bulky items which do not fit in the 90-gallon trash container. The City now offers the option of green waste pickup during routine monthly bulk trash pick-up.

 

Where Do I Place My Bulk Trash?

Materials must be placed in the street up against the curb in front of your property. Where there is no curb, material must be placed at the edge of the street. Bulk trash CANNOT be placed on the sidewalk or on private property.

When Do I Set Out My Bulk Trash?

Set out bulk trash for collection by 5 a.m. on the Monday of your scheduled service to ensure its picked up by the end of the week.  Find your Bulk Zone

Helpful Tips for Bulk Trash & Green Waste

Bulk Trash

  • Bag or box small items, thorny plants or cactus to not create a litter hazard
  • Tires are NOT collected
  • Hot ashes or cinders, burning matter, loose sawdust or hazardous materials will NOT be collected
  • Home remodeling or construction debris is NOT collected
  • Bulk collection crews will be by to collect separate from green waste
  • Place windows and mirrors in strong boxes and set them apart from other materials for the safety of our crews
  • 3 cubic yard limit per household per month for both bulk/green waste piles combined

Green Waste

  • Separate green waste from non-organic material
  • Cactus and palm fronds are NOT collected
  • Cut tree trimmings to 4 feet in length.Stumps and tree trunks larger than 6-inches in diameter will NOT be collected
  • Grass and leaves need to be boxed
  • Green waste crews will be by to collect separate from bulk trash
  • Dirt and sod are not considered green waste and will NOT be collected
  • 3 cubic yard limit per household per month for both bulk/green waste piles combined

 

Set the Example in Your Neighborhood

Good Example                                                                                    Bad Example

good green waste
Good example of green waste pile
bad green waste
Green waste pile too large
good separated bulk
Good example of green and bulk separated
Bad bulk
Bulk pile not bagged/boxed and on private property

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