Holiday Collection 

Holidays affect some collection days so make sure you mark them on the calendar so we can pick up all of your recycling,  yard trim, and refuse on the proper day!CoADPW_Website-CollectionTable

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During the holidays, refuse amounts typically increase by 25%.  Learn how to dispose of typical holiday material

Recyclable Holiday Materials All Year Around

Recycle when you can during the holiday season!  Place the following in the proper #AnnapolisRecycles container:

  • Holiday paper including gift wrap, tissue paper, and gift bags -  Holiday paper with glitter and other additives should go in the trash.
  • Greeting cards envelopes
  • Cardboard gift boxes and wrapping paper rolls
  • Items made from rigid plastics, like storage containers
  • Flatten all cardboard boxes prior to placing them in the recycling container.
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Treecycling

2-TreeIconAfter the holidays, remove all lights, garland, and decorations from your tree. Then set your tree at the curb with your yard trim.

If your tree is greater than 6 feet in length, cut your tree down to a maximum of 4 feet sections prior to collection.  Please no plastic tree bags.

Pumpkins

Don't put your pumpkins out in your yard trim cart at the end of the season. Instead, dispose of them in food waste or backyard composting.

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Refuse, Recycling and Yard Trim

Address:
145 Gorman Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-263-7949
Emergency Phone: 410-224-3140
Fax: 410-263-3322
Email: pubworks@annapolis.gov
Hours:
Monday - Friday
(8:30 am -4:30 pm)
Group 412