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Plan to move to 5 day a week pickup was approved by Metro Council. Check RouteChanges.nashville.gov to see if your day has changed.
Department will begin picking up trash in some areas annexed in 2017
We've developed new educational resources to help residents better understand guidelines for recycling and how to Recycle Right in Nashville.
Check the schedule and sign up to receive reminders and information regarding brush and yard waste pick-up in your neighborhood.
In an effort to provide additional outdoor space for walking, running and biking, the city of Nashville is unveiling 4.5 miles of temporary street closures in eight Nashville neighborhoods.
Metro Public Works has issued preliminary guidelines for residents who need to place tornado debris curbside for collection.
Due to current financial constraints, Metro Public Works announced that it will temporarily delay the launch of biweekly curbside recycling pickup service in Nashville.
Public Works Administration Building
750 South 5th Street
Nashville, TN 37206
8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.,
Monday – Friday
Closed on Metro Holidays
615-862-5000 or submit a request online
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