Garbage Containers must NOT be visible from the street when stored. They must be stored out of sight either in the garage or behind an approved ARB structure. If you wish to build a structure to hide the containers you will need to fill out an ARB Form located on the Community Documents page.
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Garbage Collection Day is TUESDAY
(Set out your green lid roll cart by 6am on this day)
Household garbage items, except for those items listed below, may be placed in the roll cart with the green lid. It is recommended that garbage items be bagged and tied first, then placed in the cart. This practice will keep your container cleaner, minimize odors, and reduce the chance of wind-blown litter.
Unaccepted waste includes hot ashes or coals, recyclable items, household hazardous chemicals, medical waste, fluorescent bulbs, tires, paint, and yard waste such as bagged or loose grass, leaves, or small branches
Recycle Collection Day is TUESDAY
(Set out your blue lid roll cart by 6am on this day)
Recycling is required by Orange County Code. All recyclable items may be placed in the roll cart with the blue lid. The following items are acceptable:
Newspapers and advertisements
Pasteboard (i.e., cereal and shoe boxes, and empty paper towel and toilet paper rolls)
Flattened corrugated cardboard boxes
Magazines and catalogs
Office, writing, and note paper
Metal cans (tin, aluminum, and steel)
Glass bottles and jars
Aseptic containers (drink boxes) and gable top cartons
Empty aerosol cans
Plastic bottles and containers labeled #1 – #7
Yard Waste Collection Day is WEDNESDAY
Yard waste includes vegetative landscaping material as well as grass, tree, and shrub trimmings, and should not be placed in the garbage or recycling roll cart.
Limit yard waste to three cubic yards (about one small pickup truckload) per household per week.
Use your own garbage cans or plastic bags for collection. Cans and bags must be 50 gallons or less and weigh less than 60 pounds each when full. Cans must be waterproof with a tight-fitting lid and have handles on the sides.
Don’t mix yard waste with garbage.
Bundle limbs, palm fronds, and similar items with string. Keep bundles three feet long or less. Limit weight to less than 60 pounds.
Live Christmas trees can be set out at the curb on your yard waste collection day for recycling. Trees over six feet should be cut in half. Remove all ornaments, decorations, and stands before placing at the curb. Artificial trees are not collected with yard waste.
Large Item Pickup – Call to Schedule
Residents who need to dispose of large items that will not fit in the roll cart must send an email to Solid.Waste@ocfl.net (include your name, street address, contact information, and the item(s) that you want collected) or call the Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to arrange for pickup.
Large items include furniture, appliances, mattresses, automobile tires (limit 4), and rear-projection televisions.
Limit large items to three cubic yards (about one small pickup truckload) per household per week.