Trash pickup delayed due to weather in most Gwinnett cities

Trash pickup across Gwinnett County is being delayed due to the winter storm moving into the area. Here’s a rundown of trash information for Gwinnett cities.

• Auburn — There will be no trash pickup Wednesday and Thursday. The city will attempt to collect trash on Friday, but if that is not possible, the regular trash pickup schedule will resume Feb. 20.

• Berkeley Lake — Trash pickup in Berkeley Lake takes place on Fridays and no schedule changes had been made as of Tuesday afternoon.

• Buford — Wednesday residential garbage service has been rescheduled for Thursday.

• Dacula — The city is asking residents to have their trash out on Friday for pickup.

• Duluth — Trash pickup will be delayed by 24 hours and will be picked up Thursday.

• Grayson —The city’s trash provider will not be running Wednesday or Thursday. They will attempt to mobilize their fleet Friday for pickup. If that’s not possible, residents’ regularly scheduled service will resume Feb. 20.

• Lilburn — The city’s trash hauler will run a day behind. If roads are not passable, residents will be serviced on the next scheduled date.

• Norcross — Trash pickup will not take place Wednesday.

• Snellville — According to the city’s website, “If due to weather garbage and recycling isn’t picked up on your regular day leave it at the curb until the trucks are able to run safely.”

• Unincorporated Gwinnett County — Trash and recycling collections in unincorporated Gwinnett will not take place Wednesday. Collection schedules will be delayed by one day.

Information from several cities, including Lawrenceville, Loganville, Peachtree Corners, Sugar Hill and Suwanee, was not available by press time.