Bulk trash pick-up for brush takes place weekly on Tuesdays (weather permitting). There is no charge for unbundled limbs and branches. These items cannot be mixed with anything else.
• To allow for all residents to be served weekly, it is requested that piled tree limbs & branches not exceed four (4) inches in diameter or four (4) feet in length AND No more than the size of the bed of a small pickup truck, should be placed out at a time.
Bulk trash pick-up for rubble also takes place weekly on Tuesdays (weather permitting) and must be paid in advance at the Town Office by 4:00 p.m. on the day prior to pick-up. This service has been suspended during the duration of the pandemic.
All bulk trash pick-up for rubble must be scheduled through the Town Office by visiting in person to pre-pay and obtain a sticker. Any questions, call 410.634.2177. Bulk items should be placed in the same location where your regular trash is picked up.
The rate for all other bulk items is $6 per item. This includes the following items, which cannot be mixed:
• Household rubble (furniture, TVs, wooden doors, and other household items)
• Metal items (bicycles with tires removed, appliances, lawn mowers, lawn furniture, air conditioners, swings, etc.
• Bagged yard waste
The town truck may be rented for $100/day plus tipping fees for large volume bulk trash.
You may haul your own bulk items to the Mid-Shore II Regional Landfill located at 11930 Holly Road, Ridgely.
The following items are not permitted for bulk pick-up and will not be loaded. To dispose of these items, arrangements can be made with Mid-Shore II Regional Landfill (410-820-8383) or Dependable Sand, Stone & Recycling (410-822-6363). WE DO NOT TAKE ANY FLOORING, CONTRUCTION DEBRIS OR PORCELIAN/FIBERGLASS
• Paint cans containing paint (unless the paint has been allowed to dry and has hardened)
• Chemical cans or bags
• Tires or tubes
• Stumps & tree trunks
• Hazardous materials
Leaf pickup is done as needed, but more routinely as the leaves begin to accumulate. Place them loosely (unbagged) in the curb and we will come by with the leaf vacuum.
The Town may pick up tires annually in conjunction with Caroline County’s Tire Amnesty Program. This program is generally administered in the fall.