The Centerville City Council has determined that one residential garbage hauler best serves the public interest of the City of Centerville. Council believes that by limiting the amount of hauler truck activity throughout the City, it protects the streets from over use and noise complaints. Council also believes that utilizing the services of one hauler and a several year contract, rates are kept at a minimum and competitive.
If you have questions regarding arranging new services (trash and recycling), container sizes, exchanges and seasonal hold requests, please contact City Hall at: 651-429-3232. All billing for trash and recycling are included with your utility billing. If you have questions regarding pricing, etc., please contact: 651-792-7934.
To Schedule Services Outside of City Billing
Please contact Republic Services to schedule large/bulk item pickups, arrange for yard waste services, report a missed pickup or have concerns regarding holiday/weather questions, please contact them at: 952-941-5174.
Items That Can Be Recycled
Glass bottles and jars
Metal beverage and food cans
Plastic bottles, tubs and lids Number 1, Number 2 and Number 5
Paper from newspaper, magazines, junk mail, brown paper bags and phone books. Dry non-coated food boxboard, small flat pieces of corrugated cardboard box material.
Items That Can NOT Be Recycled
Garbage, food waste, diapers and paper plates
Meat or dairy plastic or paper packaging
Wax or plastic wrap or bags
Freezer food packaging
Plastic deli, product or take-out packaging or utensils
Plastic bags or wrapping film
Formed or pellet Styrofoam packaging
Window glass, ceramics, dishware, mirrors or lightbulbs
Plastic Bag Notice
Plastic bags are banned from use for yard waste.
Anoka County residents who bag their yard waste are required, by state law, to put their yard waste out for pick up in compostable bags. Either paper or compostable plastic bags* are acceptable.
Please do not put any grass clipping or yard waste into the streets. All City streets are swept in the spring clearing them of sand and winter debris. Anything that goes into the street will ultimately end up in the storm sewer causing problems with the drains or the ponds, creeks and lakes they eventually flow into.
Thank you for your cooperation in helping to keep our streets and ponds clean!