Christmas Week Garbage And Recycle Collection Schedule Changes

Thursday, December 20, 2012

The city of Chattanooga, Department of Public Works announces garbage and recycle schedule changes for the week of Christmas.   

Garbage and recycle collection scheduled for Christmas Day will be collected on the following day, Wednesday.  Each regularly scheduled service day for the remainder of the week will also be collected the following day.  Schedule changes during the Christmas week are detailed below.

Service scheduled for:
Tuesday will be collected on Wednesday;
Wednesday will be collected on Thursday;
Thursday will be collected on Friday;

Friday will be collected on Saturday; 

There is no change in garbage and recycle collection scheduled for Christmas Eve or New Years Day.


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