Unincorporated Curbside Residential Collection
Residents of Unincorporated Brevard County have three collections per week.
Garbage is collected twice per week. Occasionally you may have excess garbage that will not fit in your cart. In such cases, the waste must be bagged (no garbage cans) and set beside the cart so as not to interfere with the arms of the autoloader.
Recycling and Yard waste are collected one day each week.
Place garbage and recycle carts; yard waste and yard waste cans within 5 feet of the curb the night before your collection day or before 6:00 a.m. Residential collection begins at 6:00 a.m. and runs through 8:00 p.m.
Place garbage and recycle carts; yard waste and yard waste cans outside of the drive lane (to ensure collection, do not block or obscure path).
Special Collection Solid Waste
Any type of solid waste not reasonably capable of being place in an automated collection cart or any item not reasonably capable of being reduced in size not exceeding four (4) feet in length, twenty-four (24) inches in diameter and fifty pounds (50)
- household furnishings
- bicycles and other bulk items
- each household shall be entitled to set out up to four (4) automobile tires with or without rims for collection per year
Please call Waste Management Customer Service at the numbers listed below for "special collection solid waste" or if you have questions concerning your service or collection days.
North Brevard - (321) 636-6894
South Brevard - (321) 723-4455
Holiday Schedule for curbside collection of unincorporated areas
The collector shall not be required to furnish collection services on the following specified Holidays:
- Memorial Day
- Fourth of July
- Veteran's Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
There will be no make-up days.
The Collector shall notify all customers whose normal collection day falls upon such holidays that no collection service will be provided on such day and the date of the next normal collection day at least ten (10) days and not more than thirty (30) days
prior to said holiday.
Said notice shall be in the form of an advertisement in a newspaper of general circulation published within the County and published on the Collector's website.
Brevard County residents can use any of our Disposal Facility locations during normal operational hours.
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