The Village of Pulaski provides weekly curbside trash & recyclable pickup through a Trash Sticker Program for single-family residences, multi-family complexes and small businesses. Stickers are sold at Deaton's Building & Home Center, Kinney Drugs, Nice & Easy, P&C Food Markets, and Sun-Up Foods. The stickers are perforated and either a whole or half sticker must be applied to each CLEAR bag of trash. One sticker is good for a 30-gallon bag of trash and 1/2 sticker for a 15-gallon bag of trash or less.
Trash & recyclable pickup is made on Thursday of each week. Pickup will always be on Friday the week of Thanksgiving and when the holidays of Christmas or New Year's falls on Thursday. Pick-up begins at 8:00 a.m., at which time all trash and recyclables must be curbside and properly bagged and/or bundled according to the mandatory Oswego County Recyclable Regulations.
What else you should know about the village trash & recyclable collection service:
- Do not place trash and recyclables at the curb before 6:00 a..m. on the designated pickup day.
- By law, wood, sheet rock, shingles and anything else considered construction and demolition debris are not permitted to be picked up by the Village of Pulaski. For details on how to dispose of these materials, contact the Transfer Station at 315-298-6062.
If you have questions about why your trash & recyclables were not picked up , please call Butler Disposal at 1-800-794-8727.
Yard waste will be made on the second and fourth Tuesday or Wednesday from April through November. No grass clippings will be picked up, please compost or leave on lawn. January will be for Christmas tree pickup only.
Debris should not be piled at street earlier than three days before scheduled pickup. Wind storm debris will be picked up automatically. Cut-up trees will be collected by the Village Department of Public Works (DPW) upon pre-arrangement. Wood chips for ground cover are available free-of-charge at the Village Garage on Riverview Drive. Just drive in and load up or call DPW Superintendent Gary Stevens at 315-298-6132.
To speed up pickup procedures and make it more cost efficient to taxpayers, please:
- Do not bag brush or debris.
- Pile brush neatly and cut in four foot or less lengths so it can be run through the chipper.
- Separate debris into piles of concrete, dirt, sand, rocks, plants and weeds.
Click the link below to see the latest County rules on recycling and hazardous waste disposal: