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Roanoke President's Day trash collection schedule changes

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City of Roanoke news release

City offices will be closed on Monday, Feb. 18, for Presidents Day.  As a result, the following schedule will be in effect for collection of trash, brush and cardboard/paper recycling during that week.

 

Residential/Commercial:

All residential/commercial solid waste collection (including, recycling, and brush) will be delayed one day:

  • Monday - trash, recycling, and brush to be collected on Tuesday
  • Tuesday - trash, recycling, and brush to be collected on Wednesday
  • Wednesday - trash, recycling, and brush to be collected on Thursday
  • Thursday - trash, recycling, and brush to be collected on Friday.

Central Business District:

CBD will be worked on schedule Monday, Feb. 18, through Saturday, Feb. 23.

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