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Postponed: Spring Cleanup

Waste Management has modified their policies to protect the public and their employees during the COVID-19 epidemic. These updated policies preclude the Spring Cleanup from taking place in the same manner as it has in previous years. As such the Spring Cleanup scheduled for April 18th has been postponed. We will post updates when a new date and time are scheduled. We thank you for your understanding during this public health emergency and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Reminder About Residential Irrigating Schedules

Water is a resource we sometimes take for granted in a state that often experiences droughts. A large portion of the water we use is for outdoor irrigation for our lawns and gardens. This is why we must be thoughtful about our outdoor water use to ensure we are protecting the resource for the future.

Residential Customers

Both non-potable irrigation customers and customers on potable water within the Town of Eaton have the following watering restrictions:

New Trash Service Details

New Carts

Delivery of two new 96-gallon, wheeled carts - trash and recycling - began the week of Sept. 16. If you have not received your carts by Sept. 27, please call WM at (800) 796-9696.

 

New Pricing

The below charges for trash and recycling will be in effect at the end of September.

Sanitation and Recycling Fee:

New Waste Cart Delivery

Waste Management will begin delivering your new, free of charge, wheeled, 96-gallon trash and recycling (yellow lid) carts the week of Sept. 16 through Sept. 27. If you have not received your carts by Sept. 27, please call WM at (800) 796-9696.

Residents will be receiving a welcome packet in the mail outlining new service details. It will include, among other details, instructions for a trash cart pickup day where Waste Management will collect old unwanted cans.

Census Preparation

As the leading source of information on the nation’s people, places and economy, the United States Census Bureau provides data about our country’s population size and growth as well as detailed portraits of the changing characteristics of our communities and economy.

America’s founders recognized that this information was needed to serve its people effectively. The Census Bureau collects vital information and develops statistics representing the American people, including where and how they live.

Updated Outdoor Watering Restrictions

Water is a resource we sometimes take for granted in a state that often experiences droughts. A large portion of the water we use is for outdoor irrigation for our lawns and gardens. This is why we must be thoughtful about our outdoor water use to ensure we are protecting the resource for the future.

Residential Customers

Both non-potable irrigation customers and customers on potable water within the Town of Eaton have the following watering restrictions: