Bulk Waste Collection

The first collection for Bulky/Large Items in 2020 will occur April 6th thru the 23rd.  This collection is structured around garbage collection days; and it is important to have items out before 7:30 a.m. on Monday of your collection week.  It is recommended that you place items out on Sunday before your collection week. Although it is referenced as a collection week, crews will only make one pass through a street.  Items not allowed or improperly placed will not be collected. *Crews WILL NOT dig through piles of trash to pull out Bulk Waste. If you are unsure about any particular item, please call the City at 830-257-8000 prior to placing it at the curb.
 
SCHEDULE BASED ON YOUR REGULAR

GARBAGE

COLLECTION DAY

:
  • Monday

    Collection Day – have items out by 7:30 a.m. on Monday, April 6th
  • Tuesday

    Collection Day – have items out by 7:30 a.m. on Monday, April 13th
  • Wednesday/Thursday

    Collection Day – have items out by 7:30 a.m. on Monday, April 20th

To avoid interruption in service, please adhere to the following guidelines and be aware of prohibited items. If you have questions about this service, please contact the city prior to placing items at the curb.

Guidelines:

  • This collection is intended for residents to discard bulky items such as appliances, miscellaneous furniture, and other large items that do not typically fit into your garbage cart
  • Do not place items on curbside more than 10 days prior to your collection day
  • This collection is NOT for large quantities of household waste placed in bags, or items that can fit into your cart
  • Do not place items on top of a water meter
  • Place items clear of any power lines, vehicles, mailboxes, and gas/water lines
  • Items that require Freon must have a tag from a licensed technician indicating that the Freon has been reclaimed
  • Carpet must be rolled and tied into sections that do not measure more than 6 ft by 6 ft.

Prohibited Items:

  • Tires
  • New or used oil
  • Ammunition
  • Yard waste (branches, limbs, grass clippings, etc.)
  • Boxed or bagged items
  • Fencing
  • Household trash
  • Household paints, chemicals, and other hazardous items
  • Any type of construction debris or remodeling material (ie:  lumber, sheetrock, shingles, cement, bricks, pallets, sinks, tubs, toilets, vanities, cabinets, paneling)
  • Any type of glass, mirrors, porcelain, or other brittle items.
If you have questions, please call the City of Kerrville or Republic Services prior to placing items out.