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Posted on: December 10, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Trash Pickup Service Delay - Republic Services

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The City is happy to announce that Republic Services reached an agreement with the labor union, and expects to fully resume waste and recycling services tomorrow, December 17th. They are treating today like a holiday, so today’s residential routes will be picked up tomorrow and potentially Saturday. Friday’s route will be collected on Saturday, December 18th. If you did not receive service during this time, please leave carts out at the curb for collection until your service is complete. Excess trash can be bagged and left next to the carts. Bulky item collection services will resume Monday, December 20th, but may be delayed as Republic recovers accumulated waste. 

Three large temporary roll-off bins were delivered to the below parks today for those who have an immediate need to dump their trash. These bins will be for bagged trash only. Please do NOT place bulky items or hazardous materials of any kind in the drop-off bins. Also, do NOT bring your entire trash receptacle to the parks, these bins are strictly for BAGGED trash only. After today, bins will be available from 7:00 am until 5:00 pm for as long as deemed necessary. If the bin is locked by the time you arrive, please return the next day; do not leave any trash outside of the bins. 

Trash Drop-Off Locations:

  • Kraemer Memorial Park, 201 Bradford Avenue
  • Koch Park, 2210 Valencia Avenue
  • Parque de Los Niños, 1701 Atwood Avenue

We appreciate our community’s patience throughout this delay in trash service. For additional updates, please call Republic Services at (714) 238-2444 or email


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