Residential garbage collection is on Tuesdays and Fridays of each week. Commercial collection is every day of week.
A big thanks to the City of Avon Park for giving the Town of Lake Placid
250 of their obsolete recycling carts.
SANITATION CART ROLLOUT PROJECT
The town through a project manager, will be delivering carts (garbage cans) start date is 3/7/22, deliveries will be from 3/7 to 3/10 with project clean up estimated to be on 3/11/22. Delivery will be to the residences located within the Town of Lake Placid.
OTHER QUESTIONS RELATED TO CART ROLLOUT
1.How the public can get rid of old cans.
They can place unwanted trash cans beside the road with either a note saying dispose of trash can or simply mark the can with an X.
2. Some businesses got carts, some didn't. Need policy on who got what, and why, or how those who didn't get a cart can apply.
A new batch of carts was ordered and is intended to supply more customers.
3. What to do with small amounts of debris like leaves that would fit in a plastic bag. Can they be bagged and recognized as debris for purposes of pickups or can they be put into town cart?
Small amounts of leaves/ debris can be placed into town trash containers as long as there is enough room for household trash. The trash containers lid must be closed. Large amounts of leaves/debris will be picked up with the towns brush truck as long as it is clean leaves/brush debris,meaning the the debris have to be free of trash. They can not be in plastic bags, or in any container of any kind. The leaves/brush debris that are in plastic bags and not clean will be picked up with the towns mixed bulk truck.
Any extremely large items like household furniture or any bulk like materials will be picked up with the towns bulk truck.
A new garbage ordinance was formally adopted by Town Council on September 13, 2021. This page reflects changes effective September 30, 2021.
This webpage will receive have additional information in the near future.
Additional changes (not inclusive)
CHANGE- Residential fees assessed will raise from $200 per year to $220 per year.
NEW - Section 80-47. - Reserved. Dumpster Access. The landowner and
proprietor shall provide markings and signage to assure that the Town’s
sanitation trucks have access to the dumpster, including “No Parking –
Violators Towed at Owner’s Expense” signs and markings to delineate and
protect the dumpster access area. It is the proprietor’s duty to enforce
the availability of the dumpster access area.
The Town shall charge the proprietor a return fee of up to $100 as determined by the Mayor, or the Mayor’s designee, if the dumpster access area (or any portion
thereof) is not available when the Town’s crew arrives to empty the dumpster.
CHANGE - Twenty-two cubic yard (brush truck load) will raised from $150.00 per load to $165.00 per load.
GARBAGE PICK UP SCHEDULE
IN CALENDAR FORMAT