Trash and recycling collection is on a regular schedule.
Please make sure that your carts are visible for the crews and that you call ahead to schedule collection of larger items.
Please note that crews are not permitted to go on private property. Carts and large items are only collected at curbside.
What to do when it snows
Snow and bad weather can often make setting out your trash and recycling
difficult and even hazardous to your health. Here are a few tips to make your
winter trash and recycling collection easier:
Stay in touch: Check the City of Manassas
government channel, website, Facebook page or call the Trashline on (703)
257-8252. Trash and recycling collection may be postponed or delayed when road
conditions are poor.
Make it easy to see: Set your trash out
in hard sided containers with tight fitting lids. Black and white trash bags
set at the curb can be hard for the crew to see in the snow. Please use your
City trash and recycling containers.
· Think before you set out bulk waste:
Setting out large items in bad weather can be dangerous for you and for the
crew. Snow and ice can make lifting heavy items difficult and may lead to
accidents. Please call ahead to schedule bulk waste collection.
Report damaged carts and bins: Freezing
cold weather can be hard on plastic containers causing them to shatter and
break. Call the Trashline on (703) 257-8252 as soon as you see damage and we
will replace your container for you on the next scheduled delivery day.
· Have patience: Our aim is to collect your
trash and recycling in a timely manner. Our contractor will be checking the
safety of road conditions all night before they postpone or cancel service.
Sometimes a storm may not be as bad as it seems and collections will follow a
regular schedule. We will let you know as soon as there are any changes.
you in advance for your patience and for being good neighbors. If you need
additional assistance or advice, please call the Trashline on (703) 257-8252.
The City of Manassas is working with Potomac eCycle to recycle electronics. Residents now have more options for recycling!
Residents can drop off electronics for free at the regular residential Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off days - OR - drop off electronics at their site located at 7917 Wellingford Drive, Manassas VA 20109.
Please be advised that there is a fee for dropping off electronics at their location - however - they also pay for scrap items of value. So you may receive a check for what you drop off!
For more information: Call the Trashline on 703-257-8252