Refuse Pickup Schedule

2018 Trash Pickup Schedule

Regular Trash Collection Schedule:

Monday & Tuesday

  • Regular Garbage collection


  • Recycle Pickup for all Woodway Residents.

Brush pickup is your second trash day of the week.


Thursday & Friday

  • Regular Garbage Collection

Holiday Schedule:

May 28th, 2018 – Memorial Day

  •  All Collections for the week run 1 day late thru Sat.

July 4, 2018 – Independence Day

  • Wed. thru Fri. Collections run 1 day late thru Sat.

September 3, 2018 – LABOR DAY

  • All collections for the week run one day late through Saturday

November 22, 2018 – THANKSGIVING

  • Thursday’s collection on Friday
  • Friday’s collection on Saturday

December 25, 2018 – Christmas Day

  • Tue. thru Fri. collections run 1 day late thru Sat.

Woodway Beautiful Commission Calendar:

January 11th & 12th

  • Large Item Pick-Up

July 12th & 13th

  • Large Item Pick-up


  • Yard of the Month (Residential & Business)


  • Holiday Decoration Awards

The Sanitation Services Division (part of Customer Services) is located in City Hall at 922 Estates Drive and is responsible for the collection and disposal of solid waste within the City of Woodway. The City contracts with Progressive Waste Solutions for all residential garbage, recycle, and brush, as well as commercial hand pickup, dumpsters, and roll offs. The Customer Service Coordinator serves as the City’s liaison with our refuse company. The City provides residents with two weekly refuse collections, once weekly recycling collection and once weekly brush pick-up. Commercial service is provided at individual levels as determined by individual needs.

Garbage is picked up twice a week (your pick up days are scheduled by your service address & recyclables & brush are picked up once a week). RECYCLE PICKUP IS ON WEDNESDAY FOR ALL WOODWAY RESIDENTS. Brush will be picked up on your second trash day of the week. Curbside limbs should not exceed a 4 inch diameter, length not over 4 feet.

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