Published on July 03, 2023
Once Fourth of July celebrations come to an end, don’t forget the importance of fire safety and responsible waste management when disposing of fireworks. Help protect yourself, waste management professionals, your community, and the environment by following these safety tips:
Remember – Fire Safety and quick waste collection start with you! Use these tips to protect yourself, waste collection professionals, your community, and the environment by taking the necessary precautions. Also, don’t forget that this week's residential trash and recycling are on a holiday schedule. Waste Management will not collect items on July 4, 2023. The collection schedule for this week will be adjusted accordingly, with a one-day delay:
To learn more about Solid Waste Management, read frequently asked questions, and view helpful tips, visit wycokck.org/Waste. To report a service issue, call 3-1-1.
It's never the wrong time to learn more about fireworks safety! The Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department has some great tips for discharging fireworks:
To learn more, view or download their Fireworks Safety PDF.
Has your trash or recycling pick-up been late? Is it your regular trash day and the cans are still full at the street? Before you report your items as missed, keep the following in mind:
There are six holidays on which residential trash and recycling are not collected:
On these holidays, the pickup of everyone’s trash and recycling is moved back one day unless the holiday falls on a weekend. Learn more about weekly trash collection and get answers to some frequently asked questions by checking out the Weekly Trash & Recycling FAQ. To find your trash day, visit maps.wycokck.org/TrashDay.html.
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