Residential curbside collection services for garbage, recycling, and yard trash will be delayed by one day for the remainder of the week following the Monday, 4th of July Holiday.
Welcome to Recycling
Residential curbside recycling collection is managed by the City of Gainesville's Solid Waste Division. The Solid Waste Division also provides residential recycling collection for electronic items by appointment and sponsors other recycling programs. The Solid Waste Division offices are located at 405 NW 39th Avenue with weekday hours from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM, except for scheduled holidays. Customer Service is available by phone weekdays from 8 AM to 5 PM, except for scheduled holidays.
Find Out Your Collection Day
Click on the map to find out your collection day
Get Up & Outside! Volunteer for the Great American Cleanup on Saturday, April 9, 2022
On Saturday, April 9, 2002, Keep Alachua County Beautiful will be hosting the Great American Cleanup® event at Albert Ray Massey (Westside) Park in Gainesville. The Great American Cleanup unifies and beautifies communities across the country in a grassroots spring-cleaning movement.
Individuals, groups, and organizations are encouraged to volunteer and help beautify our community by cleaning up litter. Volunteers are encouraged to pre-register at kacb.org/events, and pick up event supplies before the event day. Volunteers can also sign up and pick up supplies on the morning of the event day at Massey Park (1001 NW 34th St.) starting at 9 AM. Event supplies include cleanup assignment/area, safety vests, gloves, litter pick up sticks, and trash bags.
All registered participating groups will be eligible to receive prizes at the “Thank You Party” at noon on April 9th at Massey Park. To become a sponsor or to find out more information on other cleanup activities and beautification projects, visit Keep Alachua County Beautiful or call 352-371-9444.
Ready, Set, Recycle! Go to the Gainesville Recycling Resource Guide
Enjoy our easy to use Gainesville Recycling Resource Guide that helps you learn if something can be recycled, composted, donated, repaired, or resold. Just type in the name of the item, and the Recycling Resource Guide will provide you with the most up-to-date options for reuse and recycle options.
From Aerosol Cans to Zip Disks (and everything in between), the Recycling Resource Guide will tell you if an item is hazardous to handle, accepted curbside for recycling, or where it can be dropped off locally. By following the information provided in the Recycling Resource Guide, you’ll be helping to prevent good materials from going to the landfill and providing a second life for your items.
The Recycling Resource Guide is an informational directory to assist residents and businesses with finding local options for the sustainable management of unwanted materials. Please be sure to confirm with drop-off locations before arriving to verify site location, materials accepted, and hours of operation.
Visit zerowastegnv.com/recycle to jumpstart your journey on the roadway to zero waste!