Click here for your 2021 Cottleville Collection schedule...that begins on March 1, 2021.
Only Cottleville solid/yard waste containers can be used for pickup - no privately owned containers due to liability issues.
Additional yard waste can be dropped off at the Earth Center, located at 135 Ecology Drive in St. Peters, don't forget your Resident Privilege Card. Resident Privilege Cards can be obtained at the Recycle City administration office located at 135 Ecology Drive in St. Peters.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE: Containers must be at the curb by 6:30 am with the lid opening facing the street; ALL trash and tied blue bags must be inside the container. Containers need to be placed five feet from any obstruction, i.e., mailboxes, parked vehicles, basketball hoops, etc., to prevent damage from the automated collection arm.
Dirt and rocks are classified as solid waste items. These items interfere with the yard waste machinery. Please put these items in your solid waste container for collection.
Yard waste must be placed in City issued brown yard waste container(s) for curbside collection. *ONLY leaves may be placed in brown paper lawn bags for collection during; March, October, November, December.
The last day for yard waste collection is Wednesday, January 27, 2021.
Yard waste collection will resume Wednesday, March 3, 2021.
|First solid waster container||$30.23/ month|
|Additional solid waste container||$17.50/ month|
|First yard waste container||FREE|
|Additional yard waste container(s)||$17/ annual fee|
|Senior citizen discount [65+ yoa]||10% monthly discount|
All delinquent accounts that are referred to an outside collection agency or attorney for collections shall be assessed all costs of collection including reasonable attorney fees
NEW RESIDENTS RECEIVE ONE FREE CARDBOARD PICK UP
Contact Lindsay Jones at [email protected] to be added to the schedule for Tuesday pick up. ONLY cardboard! Please NO styrofoam, paper, plastic, or bubble wrap.
Special Instructions For Disposing Certain Items:
Christmas trees - Curbside collection is on normal yard waste day pickup (Wednesday) - the tree must be cut in 3 foot sections, all decorations, lights, and stands must be removed from the tree.
The Earth Center will take real Christmas Trees during regular Earth Center hours. If transporting the tree in a plastic bag, please remove the bag at the Earth Center.
Paint cans - Paint needs to be dry. Use a clay based cat litter, sawdust, or sand; mix by stirring, and let the paint dry. Leave the paint lid off and place the dry paint can inside the solid waste can.
Styrofoam peanuts - Styrofoam peanuts need to be placed inside a tied bag. Please no loose peanuts.
Sharps (hypodermic needles and syringes) - Avoid recapping needles. Place used needles directly in a heavy-duty, puncture resistant container, such as a plastic detergent bottle or an empty bleach bottle. Place one teaspoon of bleach in the container. Screw the lid tightly closed and secure the lid using heavy-duty tape. Write "Medical Waste" in permanent ink. Dispose in trash - not with recyclables. NEVER USE A GLASS CONTAINER FOR NEEDLE DISPOSAL!
Cooking grease - Cooking grease must be in solid form. The solid form needs to be in a sealed container and then placed inside the solid waste can.
Cooking oil - Cooking oil is in liquid form and CAN NOT be placed inside the solid waste can. For assistance, contact Recycle City.
Motor oil - Motor oil CANNOT be placed inside the solid waste can. It can be disposed of at Recycle City.
Tires - Tires can be disposed of at a dealership or retailer who sells tires. They may charge a fee.
Household hazardous and/or chemical waste can be disposed at
St. Charles County Recycle Works.