Please Note: During Covid-19, solid waste (garbage) and recycling services will continue as usual. Waste Management has closed its offices and are not taking calls however you can contact them through at www.wm.com and filling out the forms for the service you need. If you need assistance or have additional questions please contact us at City Hall and we will be glad to help.
Washington County Environmental Center (WCEC) has also temporarily closed. Hazardous waste, recycling, and food scraps (organics) drop-off services are suspended until further notice. Compost bin, rain barrel, and organics starter kit pickups are also suspended. Residents are reminded that it is against the law to dispose of many household items in the trash (including propane tanks, aerosol cans, and flammable liquids) and are encouraged to follow the safe household hazardous waste storage tips provided by the WCEC to store their material until service resumes. Safe storage of these materials helps protect the safety of solid waste workers and the environment. The Northern Yard Waste Site will continue to be open to public, during normal operating hours for residents who want to drop-off yard waste only.
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day scheduled for May 16th at Lily Lake Park has been Cancelled.
- How to Start, Stop or Adjust Trash Collection
- Curbside Trash: What to Put Out for the Hauler
- Food Waste/Organics Drop-Off Sites
- Reducing Waste Through Reuse
- Reduce Unwanted Mail
- Yard Waste Disposal and Composting
- Household Hazardous Waste
- Greener Cleaning
- Household Medication Disposal
- Recycling in the City of Stillwater
- Recycling Your Electronics
- Submit Questions and Concerns
Missed Collection or Construction Debris call Waste Management at (952) 890-1100.
Visit Waste Management for additional information.
If you need further assistance beyond this guide or have unresolved complaints, please contact us at City Hall by calling (651) 430-8800.