Recycling & Sanitation
New requirements for Clean-Up Week! If your pick-up is outside the following parameters, it will be tagged and require an additional charge:
- Pile can be no larger than 4' wide x 10' long x 5' height max
- No heavy construction per ordinance
- Do not place items out in advance
- No paint will be picked up curbside
Fall Clean-Up Dates:
Place Items out on your garbage day with the date that coordinates below. Pick-up is free and there is no need to call.
- Monday October 4th
- Wednesday October 6th
- Friday October 8th
- Tuesday October 19th
- Thursday October 21st
Example: If your garbage day is Tuesday, your collection will be October 19th
City Dump Yard will be open on these dates from 7am - 5pm for all residents, at no charge, photo ID required.
All recycling stops are in front of the house and collected on a bi-weekly basis. No recycling will be collected from alleys. All persons recycling must use toters that have been provided by the city.
Items that are collected by the city include:
- Glass and Plastic Containers
- Metal or Aluminum Cans
The Sanitation Department collects regular household trash once per week in City issued containers. Each City issued toter has a serial number which is kept on file at the Public Works Department
- The city does not collect tires, oil, paint, or electronics.
- All trash should be kept in City issued toters.
- City issued trash/recycling toters are property of the City of Hobart and have to be returned to the Public Works Department should you move or vacate residence.
- The City will collect a fee from a resident for toters that are missing or damaged due to failure of a resident to properly secure and maintain the container.
- Toters cannot be placed out more than 24 hours before collection day and must be removed after pickup.
- On pickup days, cans have to be placed out before 7 a.m.
- No compostable materials should be placed in toters or plastic bags.
- No construction material to be placed in city owned cans.
Toters are to be placed on easements or road with the arrow on top of the lid pointing to the center of the road
Toters placed in the road have to have the wheels against the curb
Cans have to be placed 3-4f feet apart
Toters blocked by cars, mailboxes, light poles, trees, or other objects will be left
Only debris in city owned cans will be collected
Recycling toters are collected every other week.
To request additional Garbage Toter, complete form and turn into Public Works Department at 1840 E. SR130. **Due to a can shortage, we are not issuing additional recycling toter cans until further notice.
A special pickup consists of any item placed outside of the city provided toter. These items are picked up separately and they must be called in for collection. There is a minimum charge of $15.00 for special pickups. Pickups will be made as soon as practical, after a request is received by the Department of Public Works. Charges will be added to your bill from the Hobart Sanitary District.
- No hazardous waste will be collected.
- Large piles and cement will have an additional charge placed on them.
- No debris from remodeling or construction will be collected by the city.
Electronics may be brought in for recycling to the City Yard free of charge. Residents requesting curbside pick-up will require a $10.00 charge per item, the charge will be placed on your sewer bill.
Latex Paint Recycling
Please visit our paint recycling page for information about this program.
Trash, recycling, and compost (seasonal) will not be collected on city holidays. Our men will be doing two-day collections, so make sure you have your trash out by 7 a.m. They may not get to your house until late afternoon or early evening. Holiday Schedule
Grass, dirt, brick, cinder blocks, asphalt, concrete, or shingles are not allowed in toters and cannot be called as special pickups. These items are not covered by city services and must be disposed of by homeowners.