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Streamline City of Auburn

Department of Public Works


To: CITY RESIDENT PRST STD
ECRWSS
U.S. POSTAGE

Update Solid Waste Division


311 N. Division St., Auburn, NY 13021
AUBURN, NY 13021 PAID
AUBURN, NY
PERMIT NO. 43

All Garbage/Trash and Recyclables must be placed curbside AFTER 5:00 p.m. the day prior to collection
and BEFORE 7:00 a.m. on collection day. DO NOT PUT TRASH IN CARDBOARD BOXES.
★ ★ Place recycling containers away from trash containers.★ ★
Solid Waste Management Center (SWMC) Notes Plastic Containers
♦ DO NOT USE CARDBOARD BOXES FOR TRASH CONTAINERS. Recycle: Do Not Recycle in Plastic Bags:
♦ Only waste originating from that particular property can be placed ♦ 1 through 7 Plastic ONLY ♦ Any other number plastic
curbside for collection.
♦ For residential collection, waste containers should be no larger than ♦ Crush milk & water containers if
35-gallon with a maximum of 5 containers. 55-gallon drums or possible
containers without handles are unsuitable for curbside collection ♦ Combine with glass and metal
and will be removed.
♦ Landfill stickers are available at the Landfill Office Monday-Friday:
Needles, Syringes, Lancets, other Sharps
7 am - 2:30 pm. & Unusual Waste
♦ City issued landfill stickers are mandatory for Landfill access. Bulk ♦ Please call your prescribing physician for disposal
items will be accepted subject to any applicable Freon extraction Household Hazardous Waste: (Pesticides, oil-based paints, cleaners, etc.)
rate. ALL LOADS MUST be tarped and secured. ♦ Contact the Cornell Cooperative Extension (255-1183) for disposal
Cardboard details and options.
ALL CARDBOARD MUST BE FLATTENED & TIED or CONTAINERIZED Bagged Yard Debris (Monday Pick Up)
Recycle: Do Not Recycle in Plastic Bags: Grass and Rakings:
♦ Corrugated boxes; paper grocery ♦ Pizza boxes ♦ Bagged grass and bagged yard clippings/rakings will be collected on
bags, boxes such as: cereal, ♦ No wax or plastic coated boxes Mondays throughout the year.
cracker, cake mix, pasta, shoe ♦ Plastic Liners ♦ Backyard composting is recommended, OR
and tissue boxes; paper egg ♦ Leftover food ♦ Placed into separated containers, or clear bags.
cartons ♦ Boxes from wet food, such as ice ♦ Grass clippings, leaves and brush may be dropped off at the landfill at no
♦ Must be tied or containerized cream, frozen food, or take out additional charge if you have a city resident landfill decal. You will also be
able to use the chipped material for personal use.
NOTICE: Leaves:
As of January 1, 2006 the City of Auburn will be collecting ♦ Backyard composting is recommended, OR
cardboard curbside. ALL CARDBOARD MUST BE FLATTENED. ♦ Bagged leaves or leaves in separate containers placed at the curb will be
You may recycle corrugated boxes; paper grocery bags, cereal, picked up on Mondays.
cracker, cake mix, pasta, shoe and tissue boxes; paper egg cartons.
Remove plastic liners. Flatten ALL cardboard. Pieces must be no larger ♦ Leaves may not be raked to the curb. All leaves must be bagged in an ap-
proved bag and tied. Raking leaves to the curb is prohibited and may result in
than 4 ft. x 4 ft. x 1.5 ft. high for curbside pickup. Tie or put
fines or separate collection charges that will be billed to the property owner.
in recycling bin. No wax-or plastic-coated boxes, wood, plastic or string.
No leftover food. No boxes from wet foods, such as ice cream, Sticks and Bundled Brush:
frozen foods or take-out foods. ♦ Will be picked up by the Public Works Dept. in May, July, September
and November. It should be out by the 1st of these months.
Newspaper All waste should be stacked between the curb
Recycle: Do Not Recycle in Plastic Bags: and sidewalk, not in the street. NO CALL BACKS
♦ Phone Books ♦ Junk Mail ♦ Land clearing debris that does not meet the following standards cannot
♦ Magazines be placed curbside. Removal is the responsibility of the homeowner or
♦ Catalogs independent contractor.
♦ All clean newspaper, including ♦ Only materials 4 inches in diameter or less will be collected.
all inserts delivered ♦ All materials are to be cut into lengths of 4 feet or less.
♦ In brown paper grocery bags OR ♦ Only brush originating on that particular property will be collected.
♦ Bundled with twine ♦ Yard waste (twigs/clippings) must be bagged or containerized, and will be
collected on Mondays throughout the year.
Glass Containers ♦ Stumps and other tree materials over 4 inches in diameter are the
Recycle: Do Not Recycle in Plastic Bags: responsibility of the property owner for disposal.
♦ Clean glass from food and ♦ Lids Construction/Demolition Material
beverage sources that is clear, ♦ Any type of broken glass ♦ LIMITED COLLECTION: In accordance with Chapter 72 of the Municipal
green, or brown ♦ Milk white glass Code, the City will collect up to 2 containers of construction/demolition de-
♦ Combine with metal and plastic ♦ Crystal/mirrors bris per week. Material must be in an approved container and cannot exceed
♦ Light bulbs 50 pounds per container. Larger quantities of the debris may be disposed of
♦ Plate glass at the Landfill for a fee. Construction/Demolition waste includes, but is not
limited to sheet rock, brick, lumber, and roofing material. In addition, no
♦ Cookware/Pyrex collection service will be provided for rocks, soil, concrete or stumps.
Metal Containers ♦ Disposal Fees:
Recycle: Do Not Recycle in Plastic Bags: Bulk Construction/Demolition Debris..................................$72/ton
♦ Clean food and juice cans Bulk Garbage/Trash..............$72/ton or $3.60/100 lbs (min. charge $3.60)
♦ Clean aluminum foil Bulk Brush/Trees.................$40/ton or $2.00/100 lbs (min. charge $2.00)
♦ Labels removed and containers Bulk Grass/Leaves..... $20/ton or $1.00/100 lbs (no charge for City Residents)
flattened, if possible Bulk Recyclables...................$20/ton or $1.00/100 lbs (min. charge $1.00)
♦ Combine with glass and plastic Bagged Asbestos................................................................. $130/ton
Asbestos Containing C&D............................................ $130/ton
For Recycling & Collections Landfill Sticker Purchases: Landfill HOURS:
Monday-Friday: 7 am — 2:30 pm Monday-Friday: 7 am — 2:30 pm & Saturday: 7 am – 11 am
Questions Call: 252-6441 at the Landfill Office: 311 North Division St. Closed Saturdays during December, January and February
2009-2010 Recycling & Solid Waste Collection
Streamline  Update
An Update of the Municipal Solid Waste Program. To all City Residents: Effective November 1, 2009
SEE OTHER SIDE FOR HIGHLIGHTS IN COLLECTION POLICY
(Collection charge for bulk items, etc.) to June 30, 2010

H H NEW Trash and Recycling Pickup Schedule H H


NOVEMBER 2009 S M T W T F S MARCH 2010 S M T W T F S
CARDBOARD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Area 1 PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 1 2 3 4 5 6
NEWSPAPER 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 CARDBOARD 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 NEWSPAPER 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
CARDBOARD 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Area 2 PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
NEWSPAPER 29 30 CARDBOARD 28 29 30 31

Area 3
DECEMBER 2009 S M T W T F S APRIL 2010 S M T W T F S
NEWSPAPER 1 2 3 4 5 CARDBOARD 1 2 3
PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Area 4 NEWSPAPER 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
CARDBOARD 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
NEWSPAPER 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 CARDBOARD 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 27 28 29 30 31 NEWSPAPER 25 26 27 28 29 30

JANUARY 2010 S M T W T F S MAY 2010 S M T W T F S


PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 1 2 NEWSPAPER 1
CARDBOARD 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
NEWSPAPER 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CARDBOARD 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 NEWSPAPER 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
CARDBOARD 24 25 26 27 28 29 30➧ PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 23 24 25 26 27 28 29➧

FEBRUARY 2010 S M T W T F S JUNE 2010 S M T W T F S


NEWSPAPER 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 CARDBOARD 30 31 1 2 3 4 5
PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 NEWSPAPER 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
CARDBOARD 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
NEWSPAPER 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 CARDBOARD 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
PLASTIC/GLASS/METAL 28 NEWSPAPER 27 28 29 30

Snow, Ice and Slush Removal Grass, Shrub, Tree and Hedge Trimming
According to Section 44-6 of the Municipal Code of the According to Chapter 259, Section 38 of the Municipal Code of the City of
City of Auburn, the owner, occupant or lessee of any lot or Auburn, it is unlawful for any owner or occupant or person having control of
lands adjoining any public sidewalk shall keep the sidewalk any lot or land to allow the growth of grass or weeds to a greater height than six
free from snow, ice and slush. The snow, ice and slush must inches. This includes the accumulation of dead grass, weeds and brush. It is also
be removed within 24-hours following any storm depositing the responsibility of the property owner to maintain the portion of grass located
such materials. Any dangerous sidewalk conditions or any between the sidewalk and the curbing or roadway. This includes around light poles,
accident resulting from these conditions is the liability of street signs, etc. Also, it is prohibited to allow hedges, shrubs, or trees to encroach
the property owner. onto public sidewalks and lines of sight of public roadways.

Failure to comply with these ordinances may result in fines and penalties. In the event City of Auburn forces must clean snow ice or slush or have
to cut grass, weeds or shrubs to bring the premises into compliance, the property owner will be billed for these services.
REVISED CITY COLLECTION MAP
Mondays are now reserved for yard debris pickup. Your trash & recycling pickup day may have changed.
Please find your street on this map and take note of your section number and color.
Refer to the color-coded calendar to determine your pickup day. An alphabetized list of streets
and their area number is on the back of this map
TUESDAY
AREA 1
FRIDAY
AREA 4

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WEDNESDAY
AREA 2
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THURSDAY
AREA 3

CITY OF AUBURN FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS


Most matters concerning City programs or services can be resolved with a phone call to the appropriate office.
Assessor............................. 255-4125 Comptroller....................253-0860 Police Department: Treasurer......................... 255-4143
City Clerk.......................... 255-4100 Corporation Counsel......255-4176 Emergency........................... 911 Vital Records.................. 255-4100
City Council Members: Dog Control Officer....... 255-4100 Business Non-Emergency. ... 253-3231 Water Billing................... 255-4142
Gilda Brower................252-7894 Engineering..................... 255-4129 Problem Resolution........252-2555 Water Maintenance........ 253-7704
William Graney............252-6491 Fire Department: Public Works...................253-9554 Website:.........www.ci.auburn.ny.us
Thomas McNabb..........252-4872 Emergency........................... 911 Recreation....................... 255-4120
Matthew Smith.............252-8489 Business Non-Emergency. ... 253-4031 Refuse Collection........... 252-6441
City Manager, Mark Palesh. .255-4146 Mayor Michael Quill....... 255-4104 Sewer Maintenance.........253-8354
HELP LINE
Civil Service.......................255-4141 Parking Violations.......... 255-4145 Solid Waste..................... 255-4155
252-2555
Code Enforcement........... 255-4111 Planning & Economic The Service number for problem resolution
Street Maintenance.........253-9554 operates 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week.
Development...............255-4115
Tuesday Streets – AREA 1 Thursday Streets – AREA 3
ADAMS ST FRANKLIN ST PARK AV ANDERSON CIR DILL ST OAK ST
ALDEN AV GAYLORD ST PARSONS ST ARCH ST DUNNING AV ORCHARD AV
ARTERIAL E GRANT AV PAUL ST ARLINGTON AV EASTERLY AV ORCHARD ST
ARTERIAL W HARNDEN ST PEACOCK ST ARTERIAL E EASTERLY PL PARK PL
AUSTIN DR HICKORY ST PERRY ST ARTERIAL W ENGLEWOOD AV PARKER ST
BEACH AV HIGHLAND ST PIMM AV ASHBAUGH AV FITCH AV PEARCE AV
BEARDSLEY ST HOFFMAN ST PROSPECT ST ASPEN ST FORT ST PINE ST
BENHAM AV HOLLEY ST ROCHESTER ST AUBURN AV GARFIELD ST PLEASANT ST
BOSTON AV HOWARD ST ROSS ST AURELIUS AV GARROW ST ROSS PL
BOWEN ST JOHN ST ROSS STREET EXT S BAILEY ST GARROW STREET EXT S GREEN ST
BOYLE AV KETCHELL ST S ALBANY ST BAKER AV GENESEE PL SHERWOOD ST
BRISTER AV KOENIG CT S FULTON ST BALDWIN AV GENESEE ST ST ANTHONY ST
BROOKSIDE DR LANSING ST S HERMAN AV BELLEVUE PL GOULDS DR ST JOHN ST
BUNDY AV LAWTON AV S HOOPES AV BELMONT AV HARDENBERGH AV THORNTON AV
BUTTON ST LIBERTY ST S HUNTER AV BENTON ST HENRY DR UNDERWOOD ST
CADY ST LINN AV S HURD CIR BLUEFIELD HULBERT ST VALLEY DR
CAMERON ST MANN ST S LEWIS ST MANOR APTS JAMES ST VAN PATTEN ST
CAMPBELL PL MAPLE ST S MARVINE AV BOSTWICK AV JEFFERSON ST W CLYMER ST
CAPITOL ST MC INTOSH DR S SEWARD AV BROOKFIELD PL KENSINGTON AV WALLACE AV
CAPITOL ST EXT MEAD ST SCAMMELL AV BURKHART DR LAFAYETTE PL WARREN AV
CATLIN ST MORRIS ST SCHWARTZ DR CANOGA ST LEAVENWORTH AV WASHINGTON ST
CAYUGA ST MURRAY ST SEMINARY AV CENTER ST LEXINGTON AV (Genesee to Arterial)
CHARLES ST N ALBANY ST SEMINARY ST CHAPMAN AV LINEN ST WESTLAKE AV
CHESTNUT ST N FULTON ST SENECA PKWY CHEDELL PL LORRAINE AV WESTWOOD DR
CORNWALL AV N HERMAN AV SEYMOUR ST CHURCH ST MADISON AV WHEELER ST
CORPORATE DR N HOOPES AV SHERIDAN ST CLARK ST MANOR DRIVE DR WILLARD ST
CURTIS PL N HUNTER AV SHERMAN ST CLYMER ST MC MASTER PL WILLIAM ST
DAWSON AV N HUNTER AVE EXT SOMERSET AV COLUMBUS ST MC MASTER ST WOOD ST
DAYTON ST N HURD CIR STANDART AV CORCORAN DR MCCONNELL AV WOODLAWN AV
DEVON AV N LEWIS ST SUMNER ST COTTRELL ST MEADOWBROOK DR WOODRUFF PL
DRUMMOND ST N MARVINE AV TELLER AV COURT ST MERRIMAN ST WORDEN AV
E GENESEE ST N SEWARD AV TYLER DR DELEVAN ST MILLIGAN ST WRIGHT AV
EASTRIDGE ST NELSON ST VISTA ST DEXTER AV N GREEN ST WRIGHT CIR
ELM ST NORMAN AV WALNUT ST
EVANS ST NORRIS AV WILSON AV
FOOTE ST NORTH PARK
FRANCES ST PALMER ST Friday Streets – AREA 4
(SEWARD TO TELLER) PARK AV ALLEN ST EXCHANGE ST SEYMOUR ST
ARTERIAL E FRANK SMITH ST SHELDON AV
ARTERIAL W FRAZEE ST SHEVCHENKO AV
AURELIUS AV GENESEE ST SPRING ST
Wednesday Streets – AREA 2 BARBER ST GRANT ST STATE ST
AIKEN DR GROVER ST NORMA DR BRADLEY ST GUILFOIL AV TECHNOLOGY
AMHERST AV HAMILTON AV OAKWOOD AV CANOGA ST HOBSON AV PARK BLVD
ANNA ST HARVARD AV OSBORNE ST CARPENTER ST LOOP RD TEHAN AV
AUGUSTUS ST HAVENS AV OWASCO ST CASE AV MAHANEY AV UNION ST
BELLE AV HILLSIDE TERR PENROSE EST CENTRAL AV MARKET ST VAN ANDEN ST
BRADFORD ST HOBART AV PULSIFER DR CHAPEL ST MILES AV VENICE ST
BRIGGS DR HOCKEBORNE AV QUILL AV CHASE EXT MUNDT AV W GARDEN ST
BURGESS ST HOWARD ST RICHARDSON AV CHASE ST MUNRO AV W PARK AV
BURT AV JANET ST ROBERTS RD CHESTNUT PL MYRTLE AV WADSWORTH ST
CAMP ST JARVIS ST S SEWARD AV COLBURN AV STREET RD WALL ST
CANAL ST KEARNEY AV (FRANCES TO HAVENS) COMMERCE WAY NORTH ST WASHINGTON ST
SCHOOL ST COTTAGE ST OLYMPIA AV (Arterial to Grant st)
CLYMER ST LAKE AV
COPLEY ST LAKEHURST DR SILVER AV CROSS ST PERRINE AV WATER ST
CRESCENT AV LINCOLN ST SOUTH ST DERBY AV PULASKI ST WEST ST
DANFORTH AV LIZETTE ST STEEL ST DEWEY ST QUARRY RD WILEY ST
DENNIS ST LOCUST ST SWIFT ST DILL ST RATHBUN AV WILLIAM ST
DENSMORE AV LOGAN ST TABER DR E GARDEN ST ROCK AV YORK ST
ELIZABETH ST MACDOUGALL ST THROOP AV E GENESEE ST SEMINARY AV
FLEMING ST MARY ST TRAIN DR
FLORENCE ST MATTIE PL TUBMAN LN
FRANCES ST MATTIE ST TUXILL SQ Please do your part – take plastic bags
(SEWARD TO OWASCO) METCALF DR VANDENBOSCH AV
FREDERICK ST WILBUR AV
to the nearest recycling center.
MILL ST
GROVE AV MILLER ST YALE AV
GROVE AVENUE EXT NEAR PL
REDUCE – REUSE – RECYCLE