Join the city for a public forum to discuss the Downtown Streetscape Plan at City Council Chambers (409 South Main Street).
The City of Harrisonburg will be collecting live Christmas trees on Monday, January 4 through Friday, January 8. Please place your tree at the curb for collection.
Leaf collection for the east side of Main Street and Fairway Drive - Citizens are asked to rake their leaves out to the curb or the edge of the roadway.
The annual curbside leaf collection begins on November 15th in Harrisonburg. Leaf collection will continue for six weeks (weather permitting), view the entire schedule.
Information for trash collection fees in the City.
The City of Harrisonburg collects bulk and yard debris/leaves twice a month. These pickup days will be determined by your regular trash day. Residents may set out a maximum of ten yard debris items and a maximum of five bulk items on their scheduled day.
The landfill receives waste from Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg totaling approximately 130,000 tons per year.
Contact information for reporting pollution in the City.
Household hazardous wastes are defined as leftover household products that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable, or reactive ingredients.
The city holiday trash collection schedule is available online. Save or print the web page for reference of holiday trash collection changes in Harrisonburg for 2021.