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RECYCLING SCHEDULE FOR THANKSGIVING WEEK 2019

Recycling collection will be the day after Thanksgiving ... on Friday, November 29th.

Normal collection will begin again the following week.



Trash, Recycle, Brush and Rubble Pick up Schedule

WEEKLY:       

MONDAY - Regular TRASH Pickup in bags or cans

THURSDAY - RECYCLE Pickup in Recycle cart or bin

 

SPECIAL MONTHLY PICKUPS:

CLEAN, SEGREGATED YARD WASTE - SECOND and LAST TUESDAY of Month

Grass clippings, plant clippings and tree branches, trim to no more than four (4) feet in length and eight (8) inches in diameter.  All yard waste must be clean and segregated. Plant Trimmings and Tree Branches can be loose or bundled with string; Grass Clippings must be placed in containers that will be emptied at pick up, no plastic bags or mixing of yard waste.  (Any tree limbs greater than 8” (Eight Inches) in diameter will be collected on rubble day.)

RUBBLE - THIRD TUESDAY of Month

Scrap lumber, plywood, paneling, building debris, furniture, sofas, tables, recliners, etc., box springs(covered), and mattresses. Metal is also accepted. Tree limbs greater than eight (8) inches in diameter.

LEAVES - EVERY WEDNESDAY - Late Fall through Mid-December Only

Strictly LEAVES which must be raked out to the curbside for pick-up by the town’s leaf vacuum cleaner.  Special Attention: No mixing of other material - leaves only.



Hurricane Tips and other information from Talbot County Emergency Services
Oxford utilizes Facebook to provide residents with information as needed: 

Information regarding imminent weather, storm preparation and county procedures can be found at the Talbot County Emergency Services links below.

For Hurricane tips directly related to our area:

For planning information regarding emergency situations: 
http://www.talbotdes.org/plan_prepare.asp
 
If you have not done it yet... please go to the county website and set up a log in and register for citizen alerts.

https://member.everbridge.net/index/1332612387832213#/login


Again... the Talbot County website and Facebook page will have the latest hurricane/storm information:

http://www.talbotdes.org
Facebook: Talbot County Emergency Services (DES)




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