Trash holiday: Monday, Sept. 4, is Labor Day and a holiday for Paine’s Inc. All trash/recycling pickups will be delayed by one day the week after the holiday.
Transfer Station extended hours: The Transfer Station will be open Wednesday mornings from 8 a.m. until noon beginning Sept. 13.The extended hours will be in effect through Nov. 15.
Textile recycling: Go online to SimpleRecycling.com or call 1-866-835-5068 to receive a curbside pickup. Pink bags will no longer be provided, residents can use their own bags or boxes to leave their clean, dry items. Simple Recycling will also pick up small household items.
RecycleCT: Do you have questions about what can and cannot go in your recycling bin? Download the RecycleCT app to your phone and look up whether an item is recyclable anywhere, any time.
Yard Waste: Yard waste cannot be placed in your trash or recycling barrel. Yard waste has been banned from curbside barrels since 1998. Grass, leaves and brush should either be composted on-site or brought to the Granby Transfer Station.
Hazardous Waste: The next hazardous waste collection will be Saturday, Oct. 7. Residents may bring two boxes of material for shredding to this event.
Bridges: Moosehorn Road bridge replacement is near completion, there are a few small items left to complete. Donahue Road bridge rehabilitation is underway, and the road is closed to all traffic. The Simsbury Road bridge replacement plan is being reevaluated; as of now, work is tentatively scheduled for 2025.