January Bulky Waste Pickup: Friday Zone

Date: January 12, 2018Time: 7:00 am - 12:00 am Contact: Jessica Garcia, Public Works DivisionPhone: (305) 365-8945Email: jgarcia@keybiscayne.fl.gov

 

Pick up of bulky waste in the Village's single-family residential neighborhoods occurs on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of the second full week of every month. Crews from Waste Management (WM), the Village's solid waste/recycling contractor, visit a specific section of single-family and duplex homes each day. Residential area of the Village are divided into Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4.

The color-coded maps in the flyers below show pick-up zones and dates for each of the four days comprising bulky-waste pickup weeks in 2018.

NOTE: Maps for 2018 will be hand-delivered in the first week of January.

 

Please consult the Solid Waste and Recycling web page to know what items can be disposed of in your pile, and when you or your gardener may place the pile on the swale or curb.



Friday, January 12, 2018 - (Yellow Zone on color-coded pick-up map): Bulky waste will be picked up from West Heather Drive to West McIntyre Street and from Fernwood Road to Harbor Point Drive.

 

Other zones:

  • Monday, January 8, 2018 (Green Zone on color-coded pick-up map): Bulky waste will be picked up from West McIntyre Street to West Mashta Drive and from Fernwood Road to Harbor Drive.
  • Tuesday, January 9, 2018 (Blue Zone on color-coded pick-up map): Bulky waste will be picked up in the triangular area bordered by Harbor Drive - Fernwood Road - West McIntyre Street, as well as in the Holiday Colony area  on the east side of Crandon Boulevard.
  • Thursday, January 11, 2018 (Pink Zone on color-coded pick-up map): Bulky waste will be picked south of West Mashta Drive in the Cape Florida area and on Mashta Island.


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