Trash holiday schedule for Gwinnett

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Trash schedules will move back a day next week, for people in unincorporated Gwinnett.

While government offices will be closed Dec. 24 and 25, the only holiday for trash service is Christmas Day, officials announced.

Trash and recycling collections scheduled on or after Christmas Day will be delayed by one day. The same will hold true for next week, with services bumped a day on and after New Year's Day.

To view a detailed holiday schedule, visit sustainablegwinnett.com.

Residents who live in a city should contact their city to find out if trash and recycling will be delayed due to the holidays.


R 2 years, 9 months ago

County offices are closed and don't forget to call your hauler directly...

I wonder if the county police have updated their Miranda warnings?

You have the right to pay for trash in advance (without exception) and call your hauler directly if you need help ...

You have the right to an attorney and to remain silent...

(The elected leaders absolutely LOVE it when you CHOOSE to exercise the last one)


BuzzG 2 years, 9 months ago

Don't you just love the name of that web site, sustainablegwinnett.com. Every time a politicians says he/she wants to make something affordable for sustainable, grab your wallet and hang on for dear life.


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