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Trash Collection Information

Below you can find the trash and recycling schedule by subdivision.

Heritage Square and Cimarron Subdivision

Garbage and Recycle collection day

Please have waste ready for collection by 7am


Garbage collection day

Please have waste ready for collection by 7am

Governors Place Subdivision

Garbage collection day

Please have waste ready for collection by 7am


Garbage and Recycle collection day

Please have waste ready for collection by 7am

Holiday exceptions: New Years Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Trash Details

Household Trash: Waste should be placed in cans between 20 and 96 gallons and under 50 pounds or in sturdy bags not to exceed 50 pounds. Waste should be placed curbside.

Yard Waste: Yard waste should be bagged or placed in cans not exceeding 50 pounds. Branches may be placed curbside in clear, individual piles measuring no more than 3' x 3' x 3', or tied and bundled no longer than 4' in length or heavier than 50 pounds.

Heavy Trash & Bulk Waste: Residents may place two heavy trash/bulk items curbside per service day. Items include furniture, appliances, carpeting (tied and bundled), fencing (nails removed, tied and bundled under 4' in length), and other items not disposed of regularly.

Excluded Items: Dirt, rocks, brick, concrete, liquid paints, fuels, oils, tires, pesticides, fertilizer, and batteries. Please contact Texas Pride Disposal for proper disposal solutions.

Recycle Details

Recycling Container: Place all your recyclables in the bin provided by Texas Pride Disposal. Additional or overflow material may be placed in old recycling bins, bags, boxes, or containers clearly labeled "RECYCLE". One replacement recycling bin may be purchased from Texas Pride Disposal for $12.00 plus tax. Please note that recyclables in plastic bags are not opened and go to the landfill. Plastic bags are not a recyclable item.

Paper Products
  • newspaper
  • junk mail
  • magazines
  • envelopes
  • catalogs
  • wrapping paper
  • file folders
  • computer paper
  • grocery bags
  • egg cartons
  • shoe boxes
  • phone books
  • soda/beer boxes
  • cardboard boxes
  • paper towel rolls
  • waxboard boxes
Glass Products
  • soda bottles
  • wine bottles
  • beer bottles
  • glass jars
Plastic Products
  • plastics #1 - #7
  • milk/juice bottles
  • soda/water bottles
  • shampoo/soap bottles
  • bleach/detergent jugs
  • household cleaner bottles
  • plastic flower pots
  • microwave dinner trays
  • cups & plates
Metal Products
  • soda/beer/drink cans
  • canned food cans
  • pet food cans
  • aluminum foil
  • pie trays
  • metal jar lids
  • pots & pans
  • aerosol cans
  • gutters (less than 5')
  • light scrap metal
Unrecyclable Items
  • styrofoam
  • coathangers
  • windows
  • light bulbs
  • ceramics
  • paper towels
  • mirrors
  • soiled paper
  • soiled pizza boxes
  • soiled facial tissue
  • plastic bags

Trash service provided by:

Texas Pride Disposal

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