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Memorial Day Closure
There will be no garbage, recycling or yard waste collections on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day and all Lee County Solid Waste facilities and offices will be closed.
Collections for the remainder of the week will take place one day after the regularly scheduled collection day for the remainder of the week.
This means if your regular collection day is Monday, the collection truck will pick up that material on Tuesday. Tuesday's regularly scheduled pickups will occur on Wednesday, and so on for the remainder of the week.
Regular collection schedules resume on Monday, June 3.
Remember, the plastic, glass and metal containers from your Memorial Day celebrations are recyclable. Plastic silverware, soiled paper plates and paper napkins are not.
Lee County Solid Waste, a division of the Department of Public Utilities, provides a variety of convenient waste and recycling services to more than 320,000 households in unincorporated Lee County and six municipalities. The Division also owns and operates technologically advanced waste-to-energy and material recycling facilities, supported by a landfill and two transfer stations. In all, the disposal system handles more than 900,000 tons of waste each year.
We invite you to explore our division online, where you may:
Resident's Guides to Recycling and Waste Disposal in Lee County are available in English, Spanish and Creole-