All garbage and recycling containers must be stored behind dwelling setbacks not in the front yards of homes (see the diagram).
No garbage or recycling containers can be stored on a front porch if they are visible from any street (see the diagram).
Lids on garbage containers must be kept close.
Only containers provided by licensed refuse haulers can be placed at curbside for garbage collection.
Only garbage or trash that can fit into the provided container can be placed at the curbside for collection.
Garbage and Recycling containers used for curbside collection cannot be placed at curbside earlier than 5 p.m. on the night before pickup.
Garbage and recycling containers must be removed from curbside the same day of collection.
Recyclables placed at curbside for collection must be in a recycling container that prevents them from being scattered around.
Effective July 1, 1999, all refuse containers for buildings containing more than two apartments are required to be stored in a location that is not visible from any street. This may require constructing effective screening for the refuse containers (including garbage totes, dumpsters, and recycling containers).
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