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Below is a list of commonly asked questions and answers about the CurbsideCart program. If you have additional questions, call
(806) 378-6813 or email COAPublicWorkds@amarillo.gov.
Approximately 12,000 Amarillo residents will participate in the CurbsideCart program.
Residents who have hand-collection or dumpsters
in their front yard will receive a CurbsideCart. Neighborhoods with dead-end or uncleared
alleyways will also participate in the Program.
All 12,000 residents who meet the criteria for selection in the CurbsideCart program will be notified with door hangers and postcards at the affected address prior to the change.
The City of Amarillo Public Works Department will implement the CurbsideCart program in multiple phases.
No. Residents in several neighborhoods
throughout Amarillo will be affected. Click here
to see a full map detailing the affected neighborhoods.
Call the City of Amarillo Solid Waste Division at (806) 378-6813 or email COAPublicWords@amarillo.gov. Public meetings will be posted on www.CurbsideCart.com when scheduled.
Although our strong panhandle winds often wreak havoc, CurbsideCarts are 95-gallons and were designed to withstand the elements.
The City of Amarillo offers a Roll Out Service
for residents who need assistance rolling Carts
to the curb for pickup each week. Click here
to learn more.
Your trash collection days will remain the same. Trucks equipped with mechanical arms will come by twice a week to empty your CurbsideCart. To find out your days of service, call (806) 378-6813.
No. There should be no bags placed on top of the cart or next to the cart. All trash should be placed inside your CurbsideCart.
Your cart must be placed at the curb by 7 a.m. the morning of your collection day and brought in no later than 8 am. on the day following collection day.
Yes. You may use your cart for yard waste. Just make sure it is bagged.
Your cart should be placed on your curb and should not be blocked by vehicles, objects or over-hanging tree limbs. A good rule of thumb is to leave three clear feet around all sides.
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