Trash, Recycling, Brush Pickup and Used Oil Centers
Start and Stop service:
Email or call 512-327-3628
Email or call 512-327-3628
Schedule a bulk waste pick-up:
Bulk waste pick up is provided upon request at an additional fee. Call (512) 329-1758 to schedule.
Curbside Trash Collection is provided (1) time per week with a 35-gallon, 65-gallon or 96-gallon cart only plus three (3) additional 30-gallon bags or bundles.
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Single Stream Recycling
Curbside Collection of Single Stream recycle material is provided (1) time per week with a 35-gallon, 65-gallon or 96-gallon recycling cart only.
Items eligible for recycling include:
- Green, brown, and clear glass
- Plastics #1-7 (Except #6 - Styrofoam)
- Aluminum, tin, and steel cans
- Paper products: newsprint, cardboard, boxboard, junk mail, magazines, and office paper
One (1) monthly curbside yard waste collection is provided on a call-in basis. Additional collections are available for an added cost. Call (512) 329-1758 to schedule. Yard waste must be bagged or bundled and tied into four (4) foot lengths, not to exceed 35 pounds per bundle or bag, restricted to three (3) cubic yards per home. Limbs within the bundle must be no more than four (4) inches in diameter. No more than 35 paper lawn bags and 3 cubic yards of bundles will be picked up each month at any one residence.
In addition, one (1) additional green waste collection to be performed between the months of July-January. No more than 35 paper lawn bags per residence will be collected during this additional collection service. This additional pickup will be performed on a Saturday on a date agreed upon in advance.
Tree & Brush Removal Policy
As a reminder, no trees or vegetation may be removed from any property without a permit except for:
- When the vegetation removal is considered common household gardening or ground care
- When removing dead branches or pruning a single live tree
- When removing existing piles of dead brush or dead vegetation
Any other removal of vegetation requires a permit. In most cases the permit is free. However, before removing any dead wood or live trees from your property, please contact Alex Sanchez at 512-327-3628 in order to secure a permit and to assist with coordinating your project with others in your area. The West Lake Hills City Code requires you to remove all dead wood (i.e., dead bamboo, dead jasmine, piles of dead branches, and stacks of old firewood).
Used Oil Collection Centers
Austin has a large number of drop-off centers listed that allow oil to be collected and reused instead of contaminating water or buried in landfills. Recycle Oil Here.