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Home > Leadership > Mayor > Archive Press Releases > 2006 Archives > March 2006 > City of Buffalo Trash Pickup Announced

City of Buffalo Trash Pickup Announced

March 27, 2006 BUFFALO—Mayor Byron W. Brown and Public Works Commissioner Joseph Giambra this week announced that the City of Buffalo will continue its annual curbside collection of large bulk trash. The following is the schedule of the spring and fall pick-ups by Council Districts:

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DistrictSpring CollectionFall Collection
DelawareApril 9thAugust 6th
SouthApril 2ndJuly 30th
LovejoyApril 16thAugust 13th
NorthApril 23rdAugust 20th
NiagaraApril 30thAugust 27th
Ellicott May 7thSeptember 10th
MastenMay 14thSeptember 17th
FillmoreMay 21stSeptember 24th
UniversityJune 4thOctober 1st

"Keeping our streets clean is an important part of establishing pride in the City's neighborhoods," said Mayor Brown. "Our crews will continue doing their best, and we appreciate all of the residents who do their part by following the trash collection guidelines."

Trash must be put out on Sunday of each bulk trash week. Each property is limited to putting out trash that is 12 feet long, 3 feet high and 3 feet wide. Any trash that exceeds these specifications is subject to a fine. Solvents, paints and tires will not be accepted. If you do not know which Council District you live in, or if you have any questions about your trash, call the Mayor's Hotline: 851-4890.

Residents of the City of Buffalo can also bring trash to the Eastside Transfer Station at 793 South Ogden Street. The first ton is free, and each additional ton is approximately $44. For more information, call 851-4890.