Public Works accepts recyclable material, bulk and yard debris at the Recycling Convenience Center, 2055 Beery Road.
Toter Frequently Asked Questions
The new Toter system utilizes a Toter trash cart that attaches to a tipper plate, attached to each of the City's sanitation trucks, to lift the 96- or 48-gallon Toter trash carts provided by Public Works for use at each of the serviced addresses.
Residents are responsible for taking their own, presorted, recyclable materials to the center or mobile unit. Once at the drop-off location, the items will need to be placed into the appropriately labeled container. An attendant will be on-site to provide assistance.
When you no longer have a use for an item it doesn’t mean it is trash. Consider donating it to charity, selling the item or giving it away.
The Environmental Performance Standards Advisory Committee provides guidance and recommendations to City Council in the establishment of environmental performance standards for public development and redevelopment projects, and will encourage the private sector to meet these standards as well.
Agendas for Environmental Performance Standards Committee meetings.
The Plan's overall goal is: "To present an easily communicable, comprehensive vision for the public streetscape in Downtown Harrisonburg that can be utilized by public and private agencies to further develop and sustain a vibrant downtown."
City offices will be closed the Friday after Christmas Day, however, refuse and recycling for Friday, December 26 will be on a normal schedule.
The annual curbside leaf collection begins on November 16th in Harrisonburg. Leaf collection will continue for six weeks (weather permitting), view the entire schedule.