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Updated trash pickup schedule
Trash pickup scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 9 (due to the Labor Day holiday) will still be picked up Sept. 9. Recycling materials will not be collected until Friday, Sept. 15.
The Central County Landfill in Nokomis is currently scheduled to remain open on Saturday, Sept. 9 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The Bee Ridge Chemical Collection Center, the Jackson Road Chemical Collection Center and the Customer Convenience Center at the Landfill will maintain regular published operation hours.
Depending on storm impact, residential collection services for garbage, recycling and yard waste are expected to resume on Monday, Sept. 11, following the regular collection schedule. Any changes to service schedules will be published through http://scgov.net and the Sarasota County Social Media channels.
- Residents in unincorporated Sarasota County should secure all collection containers.
- Any items currently placed at the curb should be brought inside for the duration of the storm.
- This includes bulk items that may already have a pickup scheduled for the week of Sept 11.
- New requests for bulk item pickup prior to the week of Sept. 11 are temporarily suspended until the storm passes.
Remember, in the event of high winds, containers, yard waste and bulk items can create airborne hazards.
Residents should not put garbage, recycling or yard waste at the curb until 6 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 11.