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Bulk Trash & Yard Waste
Yard Waste, for your convenience, can be placed in the same carts as your household garbage. Yard waste includes grass trimmings, tree limbs, palm fronds, etc. Please make sure it is bagged and/or cut to size to allow the lid to close completely. Yard waste can also be set out for separately for collection on your regularly scheduled bulk trash day. Yard waste set out for collection must be cut and bundled so that it is not longer than four (4) feet in any direction and not heavier than forty (40) pounds.
Bulk Trash (curbside/single-family) is collected weekly and includes household items such as couches, chairs, mattresses, tables, appliances, carpeting, etc. 

Curbside Yard waste and Bulk Trash limits. Tree trimmings, branches, lumber, carpeting, and metal poles must be cut into sections not to exceed 4 feet in length and tied in bundles of 40 pounds or less. Residents are limited to no more than 3 cubic yards of bulk trash and yard waste each week; however it is collected once every week.

Bulk Trash (condominiums) is collected quarterly and includes household items such as couches, chairs, mattresses, tables, appliances, carpeting, etc. Residents should contact property management prior to setting out bulk trash materials to determine when and where to place to materials.
Quarterly Bulk Trash Collection Schedule for 2015:yard_waste

                          January    1/7/2015 

                          April          4/1/2015

                          July           7/1/2015

                          October   10/7/2015             

Quarterly Bulk Trash Collection Schedule for 2016:

                          January    1/6/2016 

                           April         4/6/2016

                                                                                          July           7/6/2016

                                                                                         October   10/5/2016             


Construction material (roof shingles, tiles, remodeling or construction debris, sheetrock, concrete, brickwork, etc.) will not be collected with bulk and the resident is responsible for legal disposal.

Also any “commercially generated” waste will not be collected. Examples include yard waste or debris left by a landscaping service, contractor, electrician, etc. This type of material should be removed by the contractor and disposed of in a legal and responsible manner.
Questions or comments can be directed to
Troy Gies, Budget and Contracts Manager at (954) 597-3700 or via email at