On Monday, Oct. 14, there will be no curbside trash collection and recycling in observance of Columbus Day. Trash collection for Columbus Day will be scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 15, in addition to the regular Tuesday collection. This is standard procedure for any holiday.
For five Saturdays only, beginning Saturday, Nov. 2, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. only, Stoughton residents may bring leaves and chipable brush only to Gay Street storage yard (behind Meads Meadow).
Recyclables must be separated as follows: (1) Commingled containers (glass, plastic, aluminum cans, and aluminum foil) and (2) curbside newsprint (newspapers, cardboard boxes, brown paper bags, magazines, phone books, inserts).They are now able to pick up tubeless TV’s and computer monitors with curbside trash but older TV’s and computer monitors with tubes (CRTs) cannot be picked up curbside and must be brought to the transfer station. Large household appliances (metal items) must be called into the public works for appointment for pickup.
The transfer station is open every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All rubbish and recyclables must be curbside by 7 a.m. on your collection day.
Please place recyclables apart from regular rubbish (stickers facing the street).
No barrel over 30-gallon size will be emptied. Large household appliances (metal items) must be called into the public works for appointment for pickup. (781-344-2112 or 781-341-1300 X9312)