Trash

Pay Your Bill

The City of Hilliard collects residents’ trash, recycling and yard waste every Tuesday, unless it’s a holiday week.

If a holiday falls on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday, services will be delayed one day and we’ll collect your materials on Wednesday. If the holiday falls on a Saturday, there will be no change in the scheduled pick-up day.

Place containers at the end of your driveway by 7 a.m. on the scheduled pick-up day.

Containers should not weigh more than 50 pounds. Do not place containers in the street. Place them on the apron or on the tree lawn closest to the street.

Put yard waste in brown paper bags or containers clearly marked with yard waste stickers, which are available at 3800 Municipal Way.

Residents will receive a bill for trash and recycling collection in July and January. Senior discounts and hardship applications are available.

 

Page 3: We bill twice a year for trash. Never in June. It’s always July and January. Senior and hardship discounts are available. However, these applications are on the very bottom of a totally different page and very difficult for people to find. Can we put them in an easier place to find? Or maybe link them in this answer to the question?

Yes. Contact Cindy Garnett at cgarnett@hilliardohio.gov or (614)334-2468.

If the bill isn’t paid by the final issued notice, a lien is placed on the property.

Trash bills can be paid at City Hall, located at 3800 Municipal Way, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Trash bills are mailed every July and January and are due at the end of August and February. Unless you opt to pay for a full year at once a year, which is a 10% savings for residents.

Trash bills can be paid by credit card at City Hall or here.

You should return plastic grocery bags to grocery stores for recycling. Never put plastic grocery bags in curbside recycling!

You can recycle:

  • Glass from food and beverage containers
  • Steel/tin cans
  • Aluminum cans
  • Newspapers, inserts and magazines
  • HDPE & PETE plastics (No. 1-7)
  • Brown paper grocery sacks
  • Corrugated cardboards
  • Phonebooks

You cannot recycle:

  • Plastic grocery bags
  • Window glass
  • Glass dishes
  • Tires
  • Lead acid batteries
  • Large car parts
  • Hazardous waste
  • Liquid paints
  • Oil
  • Large construction debris

The William R Schnug Memorial Post 614 (American Legion)
4579 Avery Rd
Hilliard, OH 43026