TO SERVE YOU!
399 E. Lower Buckeye Road | www.avondaleaz.gov/publicworks
Hours of operation, M - Th 7 am – 6 pm; Closed Fridays
Do you have questions about bulk trash pickup, recycling, water quality, concerns about clogged pipes, or water conservation and how to save money on your water bill? Ask your public works staff!
or Phone: (623) 333-4400 Water Bill Questions? Contact Customer Service: (623) 333-2005
NO TRASH & RECYCLING SERVICE ON CITY OBSERVED HOLIDAYS
City Observed Holidays:
★New Year’s Day Wednesday, January 1
★Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, January 20
★Presidents' Day Monday, February 17
The remainder of the week following a holiday listed above, trash and recycling service will move one day AFTER your normally scheduled pickup day. For the full holiday service schedule visit: www.avondaleaz.gov/publicworks
SEPARATE YOUR GREEN WASTE
Green waste such as brush, tree limbs and yard trimmings, are collected separately during the routine monthly bulk trash pickup schedule. Call the Avondale Sanitation Division with questions regarding your bulk or green waste pickup, (623) 333-4400.
✓ Monthly bulk trash service: separate your green organic material from your non-organic material
✓ Bulk materials and green organic materials are picked up by separate crews ✓ CACTUS and PALM FRONDS are NOT part of the green waste program. ✓ Make neat piles that are 4 ft in length or less
✓ Cut tree trimmings to 4 ft (or smaller) lengths. Stumps and tree trunks must be 6 inches in diameter or less.
✓ Bag/box all grass and leaves; they will be part of regular bulk
✓ The 3 cubic yard limit per household is for both bulk/green waste piles combined.
NATIONAL FIX-A-LEAK WEEK MARCH 16 - 22, 2020 3 TIPS FOR
CONSERVING WATER INDOORS & OUTDOORS
Position sprinklers so they are not watering driveways & sidewalks.
Xeriscape your yard – it uses 43% less water than traditional landscapes.
Fixing toilet leaks and dripping faucets can save 600+ gallons of water per month!
28 • RAVE January - April 2020
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