Trash Collections, Alternate Side Parking Suspended for Two Mondays in a Row

Trash Collections, Alternate Side Parking Suspended for Two Mondays in a Row

By Yehudit Garmaise  

New Yorkers will not receive trash, curbside compost, nor recycling collections tomorrow, on Monday, Feb. 12, in observance of the birthday of former President Abraham Lincoln birthday, the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) announced.

Next Monday, on Feb. 19, DSNY also will suspend trash collections in observance of Presidents’ Day, which celebrates the birthday of the first American President George Washington.

For the next two weeks, residents who normally receive trash, curbside compost, or recycling collections on Mondays should place their materials out at their curbsides on Monday evening for collections beginning Tuesday, Feb. 13. and Tuesday, Feb. 20.

Residents may experience collection delays after any holidays, the DSNY reminds. 

“We appreciate your patience as we work to collect the backlog of materials,” said DSNY representatives, who can be reached at 311 or nyc.gov/sanitation to answer questions about sanitation services and holiday schedules.

Alternate Side Parking also will be suspended on Feb. 12 and Feb. 19 in observance of the American holidays.


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