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Where you live in Woodstock will determine what day of the week your garbage and recycling will be collected. Garbage is collected weekly and recycling is collected bi-weekly (every second week). Notices for holiday garbage and recycling collection will be noted on our main page.

For a quick reference of when we pick up in your area, view our garbage and recycle collection areas map or use the Wasteline app which is a new software tool designed to help simplify Oxford County residents garbage and recycling collection. When's my pickup? helps you keep track of your garbage, bulk item and recycling collection schedules. You can search by address to confirm when we are in your area. Not sure if that item goes in the garbage or is recycled.  What goes where?  helps you determine just that. Give it a try!

View out City Services Calendar for detailed information on collection routes, holdiday schedules, special waste drop off days, builk item collection, lawn watering restrictions, curbside leaf collection, Christmas tree collection and other helpful tips.

 

Curbside Brush Collection

All brush, limbs and/or hedges must be tied in bundles and placed at the curb by 7:30 a.m. on the Monday prior to each scheduled collection week. All bundles must not be longer than six feet or two meters in length and weigh less than 50lbs. Roots and dirt must be removed from brush, limbs and hedges.

Brush can also be dropped off at the Yard Waste Depot at 944 James Street. The depot is open seven days a week from 8:00 a.m to dusk.

Brush Collection Weeks

Please remember to place all items out on Monday prior to each scheduled collection week! If you place these items out after Monday, it will not be picked up. You may then bring your brush to our yard waste depot located off James Street between Springbank Avenue and Clarke Street.

  • April 3, 2017 to April 7, 2017
  • October 2, 2017 to October 6, 2017

Curbside Loose Leaf Collection

During curbside collection, only loose leaves may be raked as close to the curb as possible; within 1 metre or 3 feet of the curb. Please do not mix rocks, branches or other debris with the leaves; these materials pose a safety risk to crews and may cause mechanical failure and scheduling issues.  Do not place brush, ornamental grasses, potting material or bagged leaves at the curb; these items can be dropped off at the yard waste depot at 944 James Street from 8:00 a.m. to dusk.

Also, be mindful of bike lanes, not parking on top of the leaf piles or placing them on top of stormwater catchbasins/ storm sewers.  Children should not play in the leaves to ensure their safety.

Other options for disposing leaves:

  1. Bring your leaves to the yard waste depot at 944 James Street (Hours of operations: 8:00 a.m to dusk),
  2. Mulch them with your lawn mower, or
  3. Place them in your backyard composter.

2017 Loose leaf schedule

Curbside collection begins mid-October and runs until the early December. Residents are asked to rake their leaves to the curb. Streetsweeper and our leaf vac will be out daily and working through the night to collect the leaves, weather permitting.

Leaf collection begins October 16, 2018 and the last week of collection is December 4, 2018. Please do not rake any more leaves to the curb after Sunday, December 3, 2018.

Christmas Tree Collection

Christmas trees must be placed in a visible area within 1m or 3 ft from the curb and out by 7:30 a.m. on the collection week. Please do not leave the tree in a bag at the curb. Your Christmas tree will not bit picked up if it is wrapped in a bag. 

Also, please be mindful of when we have a snow event or when blow or shovel your property not to cover your Christmas tree.  If it does get covered with snow, please move it back on top of the snow pile. Trees buried in the snow will not be picked up.

Another Option for Disposing of Your Tree

Trees can also be dropped off at the Yard Waste Depot at 944 James Street and placed in the brush pile.  Hours of operations are from 8:00 a.m. to dusk.

Christmas Tree Collection Week

  • Week of January 15, 2018 (weather permitting)