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Curbside Collection Days and Map

Link to a dynamic collection map. You may search by address (enter the address in the upper right column, then select the location from the options in the left column in order to pinpoint the location). Or zoom into the map at any point for greater detail.  

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Link to Ann Arbor's Holiday Waste Collection Schedule 

Overview of Curbside Collection Services and Rules

The City of Ann Arbor provides once a week refuse collection, recycling collection and seasonal compostables collection (March 31, 2014 through December 5, 2014​) to single-family, duplex and eligible multi-family residential locations.

Residential refuse, recycling, and compost carts (and yard waste paper bags or bundles) must be placed at the curb or designated collection site before 7 a.m. on the weekly collection day (see above map).

You may also locate your weekly solid waste collection day by street address online through the city's My Property link from the city's main home page.

Leave at least 3 feet between each category of materials set out for recycling, refuse and compostable collection, if possible. Disabled residents may request side door refuse collection service by calling the City at 994.2807 and may request recycling collection assistance by calling Recycle Ann Arbor at 662.6288.

Solid waste carts (and compost bundles and paper bags) must be stored at the side or rear of the dwelling and not placed at the curb more than 24 hours ahead of time. Empty carts must be removed from the curb within 12 hours of service.

Curbside collection service for persons with disabilities: Side door or porch set-out service is provided by the City or its authorized contractor to citizens who are physically unable to place their refuse or recycling containers at curbside, and are unable to make other arrangements to have materials placed at curbside.  This type of collection will be known as a “Special Pickup". "Special​ Pickup service is subject to approval by the City following an on-site interview and must be renewed every two years. To arrange an interview, call the City’s Customer Service Center at 99-GREEN 734.994.7336​. 

Questions? Contact customerservice@a2gov.org



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