Monday, December 28, 2020

Will the garbage truck be by on Tuesday? City's Garbage schedule shifts owing to Holiday period

The Holiday period makes for shifting collection dates for garbage

You've got bags of leftovers fermenting in a garbage can at the back of your house and you're probably wondering to yourself, when will I next see the Garage truck?

As it does after every long weekend, the City's Garbage collection schedule makes for a bit of a shift, this time around compounded by the Holiday period which can leave anyone a little confounded as to when to haul your tubs to the curb for the weekly pick up.

Today marks the final day of rest for the garbage collectors, who return to work on Tuesday.

For those living on the harbour side of the Northwest sector of the city, along with those in Haysvale and the Taylor and Borden Street areas  (see the area in yellow from the Map above) Tomorrow is the day to bid farewell to your Holiday trash.

Residents of remainder of the city will shift their calendars by two days for their final pick up of 2020 and the introduction to the 2021 schedule.

The New Year brings another shift and you can mark your date from the full calendar provided by the City of Prince Rupert from their website section related to Garbage collection and Recycling.

The Ridley Island Road Landfill site is open for regular hours this week, closing at Noon on New Years' Eve Thursday December 31st. 

The facility  will be CLOSED  on New Years Day and through the weekend, reopening to the public on January 4th. Updates on the City's landfill can be found through the City of PR Facebook page.

The North Coast Recycling Centre on Kaien Road will reopen to the public tomorrow with regular hours, it will be Closed New Years Day and over the weekend ahead, reopening on January 2.

You can review all of the area holiday closures from our archive page here.

More notes on City of Prince Rupert themes can be explored from our Council Discussion archive page.

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