*Click here for the Holiday Schedule for garbage pick-up – Holiday Schedule
Garbage Curbside Collection
The City of Statesville provides weekly curbside collection for residents and up to two times per week for commercial customers. The first toter is provided at no cost. It is the responsibility of the householder or commercial establishment to replace if stolen or damaged from improper use or neglect.
Please call 704-878-3415 for assistance on locating missing toters and replacements.
Roll-out containers are not to be removed from the premises to which it is assigned. All roll out containers not issued by the City shall be subject to approval by the Sanitation Dept. Roll out containers shall be stocked by the city and can be purchased at cost upon request.
Garbage is to be placed on the curb the day before the pick-up and removed by 8 a.m. on the day after it is picked up. Failure to do so may result in a fine. You may contact our solid waste department for day of the week for pickup.
The city will pick up the following items at the curb:
Household garbage in the brown 95-gallon rollout cans.
Excess household waste should be bagged and placed next to the cans on pick up day.
Crews will pick up bagged leaves and limbs (4 ft. length or less) up to 2 cubic yards (3'x3'x3') at the curb any time of the year.
Crews will pickup old furniture, stoves, refrigerators, water heaters by appointment. Please call the Sanitation department at 704-878-3415 between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. to schedule a pickup time for these items.
The city will not pick up:
*Used paint (empty and dry paint cans are acceptable)
*Construction debris, lumber, sheetrock, brick, block, plywood
*Roofing materials, guttering
*Fencing, Doors and Windows
*Carpet & Padding
*Batteries, Tires, Gas Tanks, Oil
*Stumps, Ashes, Saw dust
*TVs and computers/components
*55 Gal Barrels
You may take these to the landfill and place them in drop off areas.
Loose leaf collection begins in the fall. Click here for more information.
City Offices Closed For The Following Holidays:
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday
Good Friday (Friday prior to Easter Sunday)
Thanksgiving Day and the following Friday