City Manager Mark Washington today announced his selection for Grand Rapids’ next police chief: Deputy Chief Eric Payne. Payne, who has been a member of the Grand Rapids Police Department (GRPD) for 32 years, was among three finalists for the position. He has served as GRPD’s deputy chief of operations for nearly two years. Payne becomes police chief effective July 22.
Wondering when your trash and recycling is picked up? You can use our My Neighborhood page to look up your next collection dates.
If you're looking this up for someone else, you'll need their address. My Neighborhood might ask to use your location. If you say yes, you don't need to type in your address.
We have a fast and convenient way you can keep up with what's happening around you. Enter your address in above the map. Then scroll down below the map to see your next trash and recycle collection dates.
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You can download the paper Recycling Schedule(PDF, 317KB) to print for your reference.
Make sure to put your bin out at the curb before 7:00 am on the day of collection. We recommend moving it the night before to make sure you don't miss a pickup.
We can't collect your trash if you don't have enough money in your account. You can find your account balance, tip history and recycle cart history in your grpayit account.
Don't have a grpayit account? Give us a call at 311 or 616-456-3000. We'll give you your account information.
Our City code says you can't leave your bin at the curb. Make sure you move it back to your property on the same day it's collected.
To use the paper collection dates calendar, you need to know your collection route number. You can use the Trash and Recycling Route Map to find out which route you're in.
You can call us to get your route number if you don't want to use the map. Our phone number is in the Contact Us section of this page.
You can see which day we pick up your trash every week. Make sure you know your route number before you download the pickup schedule.
For recycling you'll see a calendar of all the dates your route is picked up. Make sure you know your route number before you download the calendar.
Recycling Schedule(PDF, 317KB)
You need to put your bin out at the curb before 7:00 am on the day of collection. We recommend moving it the night before to make sure you don't miss a pickup.
If you're finding the collection date for someone else, you'll need their address or account number.
Our number is in the Contact Us section of this page. We'll look up your account and let you know your next pickup date.
We're located on the Monroe level of City Hall. We can look up your account and let you know your next collection dates.
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311 or 616.456.3000
300 Monroe Avenue NW,
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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