The Norman Transcript


December 20, 2012

Holiday schedule for city trash pick up

NORMAN — Christmas: The city of Norman Sanitation Division will run regular schedule Sanitation pickup on Monday. There will be no service on Christmas Day.

Starting with Tuesday, the trash and recycling will be offset one day. Tuesday service will be picked up Wednesday, Wednesday will be Thursday, Thursday will be Friday and Friday will be picked up Saturday.

The Transfer Station will be closed Christmas Day.

The Sanitation Office only will be closed Monday and Tuesday.

During the week of Christmas and the week of New Year’s, Dec. 31 through Jan. 5, sanitation will pick up extra Christmas trash such as wrapping paper, bags and/or boxes. Place any of this type of extra trash at least two feet from the polycart.

Christmas trees will be picked up on the regular yard waste pickup. Remove any stands and/or ornaments. If the tree is more than six feet in length, cut it in half and place at the curbside. The yard waste pickup for January will be the first full week Jan. 7 through 11, on your regular yard waste day.

New Year’s: The city Of Norman Sanitation Division will run regular schedule sanitation pickup Dec. 31. There will be no service on New Year’s Day.

Starting with Tuesday, the trash and recycling will be offset one day. Tuesday service will be picked up Wednesday, Wednesday will be Thursday, Thursday will be Friday and Friday will be picked up Saturday. The Transfer Station and the Sanitation Office will be closed New Year’s Day.

The Sanitation Division would like to remind customers that starting in December, yard waste will be collected once per month.  The once-per-month pickup will occur during December, January and February. During these months, the service will take place on the first full week of each month (Jan. 7-11 and Feb. 4-8).

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