TOWN OF LAYTONSVILLE

SPECIAL BULK TRASH PICK UP

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS


A Special Bulk Trash Pick Up Will Be Held on TUESDAY,

October 18, 2022, for residents of the town of Laytonsville.

  • Please place your bulk items by the curb the night before pick up. 
  • Items should be no more than 150 pounds. 
  • Yard waste should be bundled in lengths no longer than 2 feet and no wider than 1 foot. 
  • Please do not include hazardous materials, batteries, tires, paint, construction materials, or propane tanks.
 

Town Services

Trash, recycling, streetlights, and snow removal services are provided by the town.

Image of Trash Can  Trash Service   

Household waste will be picked up twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays.  All items must be placed at the curb by 7:00A.M.  There is no back-door service.

Yard waste will be picked up at the curb once a week on Mondays for the period May through November.  Please do not put yard waste out for the regular trash pick-up.  Yard waste goes to the Montgomery County composting center.   Acceptable yard waste will be yard trimmings, leaves and brush.  These items shall be placed in marked containers or brown biodegradable paper bags. Branches are to be cut to three-foot lengths and must not be more than three inches in diameter and tied in bundles.  Yard waste cannot be placed in plastic bags and no root balls, dirt, sod, or rocks and branches larger than three feet long or three inches in diameter will be accepted. 

Recyclables (mixed paper, plastic, and glass) will be collected on Thursdays. Recyclables should be separated, or they will not be collected.  Paper should be separated from commingled materials such as plastic and glass.  Please note that our contractor does not have trucks that pick up the large bins on wheels.  The weight of the filled containers can become too hard to lift.  Please refrain from using these containers. 

There is no charge for Town of Laytonsville residents for waste removal in the Town except for those items referred to in the bulk item collection paragraph.  This service is provided as a part of the taxes paid to the Town.

  Recycling Receptacles    

One recycling toter was delivered to each residence.  Each toter has a serial number which has been registered to the street address.  Recyclables are to be separated, or they will not be collected.  Residents may use the toter for mixed paper or for plastic, glass, and metal.

If a recycling toter or bin becomes damaged and unusable, please contact the contractor at 301-515-7851.


2022 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

Memorial Day, Monday, May 30thYARD WASTE WILL BE PICKED UP TUESDAY

Independence Day, Monday, July 4th - YARD WASTE WILL BE PICKED UP TUESDAY

Labor Day, Monday, September 5th - YARD WASTE WILL BE PICKED UP TUESDAY

Indigenous Peoples' Day, Monday, October 10th - YARD WASTE WILL BE PICKED UP TUESDAY

Veterans Day, Friday, November 11thNO CHANGE

Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24thRECYCLES WILL BE PICKED UP SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26th

Place all trash, recycling materials and yard trimmings at the curb no later than 7:00a.m.

Bulk Trash Pickup   

Twice a year the town arranges for a special spring and fall bulk trash pickup. Check back at this web site and look for a flyer for the exact pickup date.  Special bulk trash pickup can be arranged by calling the town contractor at 301-515-7851. 


For information regarding the Shady Grove transfer and recycling facility, click here.

 
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Snowplow image  Streets:  The Town contracts with a snow plowing service.  Plowing will be provided when the snowfall exceeds two inches.  The State and Montgomery County  plow and salt Route 108 and Brink/Sundown Road. Parking your vehicles off-street during snow storms will allow the plow crews to completely plow the streets.

Sidewalks:  The Town also contracts for sidewalks to be cleared following a snowfall.    Sidewalk problems should be reported to the Clerk.


Damaged Mailboxes from snow plows?

Route 108 - contact State Highway Administration at:

 https://roads.maryland.gov/mdotsha/pages/pressreleasedetails.aspx?PageId=818&newsId=563

Brink/Sundown Road - call Montgomery County at 311

All other Town Streets - contact Town Hall at 301-869-0042


Lightbulb image  Streetlights
If you notice a streetlight that is out, please look for a metal strip on the pole that has the pole number. You can report it by going to the following to the following link: https://pepco.streetlightoutages.com/map/default.html .  If you live in Mobley Farm, Laytonsville Preserve, Rolling Ridge or Laytonsville Grove or if the pole doesn't have a pole number,  just report the location of the street light to the Town Clerk. 
 

 


P.O. Box 5158
Laytonsville, MD 20882
301-869-0042
301-869-7222 FAX


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