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What day is my garbage and recycling collected?

Your collection day depends on where you live. To obtain your correct collection day, please call the Public Works office at 920-339-4060. You can also look up your garbage date by using the De Pere Interactive Mapping Engine (DIME) or visiting our map directory. 

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Garbage Collection deadlines

Garbage is collected once weekly on your designated collection day. Garbage must be placed curbside no earlier than 6:00 pm the evening before collection, and no later than 6:30 am on your collection day.

Recycling Collection deadlines

Recycling will be collected every other week on your normal garbage day. Recycling carts placed out on the wrong week will not be collected. Recycling must be placed curbside no earlier than 6:00 pm the evening before collection, and no later than 6:30 am on your collection day.

I missed my collection, now what?

If you missed your collection day and wish to get rid of items before your next collection day, you would be responsible to dispose of items at an acceptable location. 

Garbage can be taken to Brown County Waste Transfer Station, 3734 W. Mason St, Green Bay (call for rates and hours 920-490-2706) or Advanced Disposal Services, 1799 County PP, De Pere (call for rates and hours 920-983-3341).

Recycling can be taken to Brown County Recycling Transfer Station, 2561 S. Broadway, Green Bay (call for rates and hours 920-492-4950) or Advanced Disposal Services, 1799 County PP, De Pere (call for rates and hours 920-983-3341).

Residents can also take advantage of the City's overflow collection option.

Will the Holiday affect my collection day?

Your collection day may be affected by a holiday if it is a "City Recognized Holiday" that falls during a normal workweek.  

"City Recognized Holidays" are as follows: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

There will be no garbage or recycling collection on these holidays. When a holiday occurs during a normal workweek, all collection days starting with the day of the holiday will be collected one day later. For example, Memorial Day and Labor Day fall on Mondays, therefore, Monday's route will be collected on Tuesday, Tuesday's route will be collected on Wednesday, etc.