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We have 4 TRUCKS that come through on your pick-up day, and each only picks up their items: trash, recyclables, curbside (discarded furniture, etc.), and lawn debris. These trucks do not run behind each other but on separate routes on the same day. The trash truck ONLY PICKS UP AND EMPTIES THE CAN; any excessive household trash should be disposed of by the resident at one of York County’s Collection & Recycling Centers. Customers can purchase an additional 90-gallon rollout can from the Town if they need additional space on a regular basis ($75 for the cart, plus $19 monthly for service). The rollout cans are for household garbage only.
We pick up garbage and recyclables on ALL HOLIDAYS EXCEPT CHRISTMAS. Our curbside and lawn debris trucks will pick up on the 1st business day following the holiday.
NO. All bulk items and lawn debris are picked up on your scheduled trash day with the exception of holidays; then pick up will be the 1st business day following the holiday.
Only from March 16 through October 14. In the fall/winter, the Town uses a leaf collection truck that works like a giant vacuum to “suck” the leaves up from along the curb. All you need to do is rake your leaves to the curb between October 15 and March 15, and we will get them for you. Important: Keep branches and sticks separate from the leaves. Due to the volume of leaves in the Town, it may be a week or two between pick-ups.
York County maintains two Collection and Recycling Centers in Fort Mill where you can take small amounts of construction materials. The Baxter center is at 1731 Highway 160 (on the south side of the road west of Wendy’s). The Fort Mill East center is at 2085 Fort Mill Parkway at W. Hensley Road. The Town does not pick up any construction materials, including plywood, bricks, concrete, metals, roofing materials, or fencing.
Visit York County’s website to learn more.
Call the Public Works Department at 803-547-7158.