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2015 Earth Day Poster Contest Winners
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City of Manassas Offices will be closed on Monday for Memorial Day

Yard waste collection for Monday, May 25th will follow a normal schedule .

New cardboard dumpster location

The cardboard dumpster that was in the old Journal Messenger parking lot has been moved to the parking lot behind Mackey's American Pub on Main Street.

New page dedicated to news and information of HOAs

We have added a new page for Homeowners Asociations to make it easier
to find news, information and helpful links to help keep communities clean and beautiful. Check out News for HOAs.

Earth Day Poster WinnerCongratulations to our Earth Day Poster contest winners!
The City received over 150 submissions from students in City of Manassas Elementary Schools. There were so many excellent posters, it was hard to choose just one! The winner of the Earth Day Poster Contest has the distinction of having their poster distributed to all of the schools in honor of the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day.

The winner and runners up will also receive gift cards for their hard work and artistic achievement.

The winners are:

Elise Swett – Baldwin Elementary School

Amy Osorio-Raymondi –  Baldwin Elementary School 
Angella Ochieng and Jacqueline Viera-Reyes  - Haydon Elementary School


Refuse and Recycling now publishes a weekly blog providing even more information and advice or waste and recycling issues for City of Manassas residents. Check out the new GreenFrogBlog.

Disposing of televisions:

Read the advisory notice regarding the safe disposal of televisions in the City of Manassas.

Disposing of sharps:

Read the advisory notice on the current guidance for the safe disposal of sharps in the City of Manassas.

Plastic grocery bags:

Did you know you can recycle plastic bags and wraps at local stores? Most people don't know they can recycle plastic bags and wraps at stores.  But today more than 18,000 stores across the United States - from grocery chains like Wegmans to major retailers such as Target and Lowes- collect many types of plastic bags and product wraps for recycling.  We're counting on you to help spread the word and educate City of Manassas residents about taking their plastic bags and product wraps back for recycling. You can recycle plastic bags at Walmart, Giant, Harris Teeter and Food Lion too!  

Yard Waste

Curbside Trash Collection

Recycling Collection

Household Hazardous Waste
Adopt a Street Solid Waste Code Business Recycling Manassas Transfer Station

For more information: Call the Trashline on 703-257-8252