Temporary change to cart set-out requirements for households with collection at the curb
Beginning Monday, March 23 and until further notice, residents who have city solid waste collection at the curb are asked to follow these new, temporary guidelines on their collection day:
- Set-out carts by 7 a.m. on your regular collection day, the time of day your cart is collected could change.
- Place carts so the front is facing outward along the edge of the curb. The front of the cart is the side opposite the hinges, which opens as you lift the lid.
- Place carts 2ft. from each other.
- Make sure carts have 2ft. of clearance from other objects (cars, mailboxes, trees, etc.).
Please note: Your collection day does not change. Those with alley collection do not need to make any changes at this time. Those paying Waste Management for walk-up service will still receive the service.
Your cooperation is greatly appreciated as Waste Management is making temporary changes to the collection of solid waste as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The spacing will allow Waste Management to use an automated truck. These trucks may need to be moved to different routes based on needs as our hauler adjusts to impacts on staffing levels, which is why we are asking that any household with collection at the curb follow these new spacing guidelines until we go back to collection as usual. As a reminder, carts in St. Louis Park should not be placed in the street or sidewalk.
Residential solid waste program
St. Louis Park provides curbside collection of garbage, recycling, organics and yard waste for single-family residential properties, which includes multiplex housing with two to four units (five to eight unit buildings have the option to opt-in).
Yard waste collection is seasonal and begins April 6, 2020. View guidelines for setting out yard waste for collection.
- Find your collection day
- Set up or change garbage service
- Set up or change recycling service
- Set up or change organics service
- Pay your utility bill
- Collection rates and fees
View our guides and recycling calendar below or request copies by contacting public works at 952.924.2562 or email@example.com.
- Recycling and organics guide (revised Nov. 5, 2019)
- Solid waste and recycling guide (PDF version)
- 2020 recycling calendar
If you believe your residential garbage, recycling, organics or yard waste pickup has been missed, contact:
- Waste Management — 763.783.5423, firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: If sending an email, please make sure to include your name, address, phone number and indicate whether it was your garbage, recycling, organics or yard waste that was missed.
Are you interested in learning more and educating others about recycling? Become a Recycling Champion!
Small businesses and multifamily properties
Small businesses and multifamily properties (up to eight units) can participate in the city’s residential solid waste collection programs. For more information, go to the small business and multifamily recycling page.