City Of Chattanooga Announces Thanksgiving Holiday Garbage And Recycle Collection Schedule

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Garbage and recycle collection scheduled for Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, will be collected on Saturday. Residents should place containers along the curbside before 7 a.m. on collection day to ensure pickup. Garbage and recycle collection scheduled for Friday, Nov.

24, will not change.


The City Landfill, located off of Birchwood Pike in Harrison, the Household Hazardous Waste Facility, and the Wood Recycle Center will be closed Thursday and Friday. The Household Hazardous Waste Facility and the Wood Recycle Center will reopen on Saturday, for normal business hours. The Refuse Collection Centers and Recycle Collection Centers will be closed Thanksgiving Day, and will resume normal business hours on Friday.

For more information, visit http://chattanooga.gov/public-works/city-wide-services/pw-recycling, call 311, follow @CHARecycles on Twitter, or download the free CHATT311 App.

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CHATT311 is the fastest, most convenient way to report issues or make requests to the City of Chattanooga. When submitting a request for service, from brush pick up to a pothole, it is automatically sent to the proper City department, ensuring a quick response. With the CHATT311 app, citizens can submit photos of the issue, track the submitted request on the interactive map, and receive notification when the issue has been resolved.

Anyone with access to a smartphone can download the free CHATT311 app directly through their phone’s app store. Shortcuts are provided below:

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 iOS - http://bit.ly/CHATT311-iOS



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