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City Hall Phones Down - May 20, 2019
Due to maintenance, the phones at City Hall will be down for approximately 45 minutes starting at... [more...]
Upcoming Events - April 09, 2019
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Construction Begins!!!! - February 22, 2019
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Sanitation & Recycling
The City of Blue Ridge contracts with an outside waste management company for solid waste collection. Everyone within the city limits is required to have garbage collection.
Trash pick-up is FRIDAY Morning (trash needs to be out no later than 7:00am on Friday to assure pick up). Only household trash will be picked up and it must be in the trash tote provided by the City.
If assistance is needed or you have questions for the city, please do not hesitate to contact us.
North Texas Municipal Water District has placed a hold on the free landfill use; however, you may still take bulk items to the NTMWD-121 Region Landfill and pay their fees:
NTMWD accepts cash, check, debit and credit cards, or customer must have an account. For account set up information, please contact us.
- $32 per ton, one ton minimum charge.
- Additional charge above the basic charge for tires based upon wheel size:
- $5 per tire up to 24.5 inch diameter
- $20 per farm tractor and motor grader tire
- NO LOADER OR SCRAPER TIRES
- Additional charge above the basic vehicle charge:
- For loads containing roofing shingles - $150 (effective October 1, 2017)
- $25 pull-off fee (non-refundable)
Recycling is not available at this time.
Frequently Asked Questions
When are the garbage collection days for my street?
Thursday Mornings. Remember, observed holidays will alter the normal routine.