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Labor Day Holiday Affects Trash Collection and Street Sweeping
posted on 09/01/2015.

Labor Day Holiday Affects Trash Collection and Street Sweeping

Trash Collection

Due to the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 7, trash collection and street sweeping will be on holiday schedule. Trash will not be collected on Monday, September 7 and all residential collection will be delayed one day. For example, residents on Monday’s route should place their trash for collection on Tuesday, Tuesday’s route on Wednesday, and so on for the entire week. Friday’s route will be collected on Saturday. The regular collection schedule resumes on Monday, September 14.

Street Sweeping

There will be no street sweeping on Monday, September 7 (First Monday route). Streets that are not swept due to holidays are not rescheduled. Due to the trash collection holiday, trash carts are at the curb one day later than usual, which conflicts with scheduled sweeping days in many neighborhoods. Residents should place trash carts at the curb per the holiday schedule. Most neighborhoods with trash carts at the curb on sweep day will not be swept and parking control will not be enforced. The following areas may have street sweeping, but no parking citations will be issued:

  • Areas with an alternate side sweep schedule
  • Areas with trash collection in rear alley

If you have questions about the holiday maintenance schedule, please contact the Public Works Maintenance division at 714-960-8861.

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