Trash and Recycling Service

Trash and Recycling Collection 

Community Waste Disposal (CWD) provides trash collection (Mondays and Thursdays) and curbside recycling (Thursdays). Service may be skipped or delayed if it falls on or around New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day (4th of July), Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, or Christmas Day.

Trash must be placed in disposable bags not weighing more than 50 (fifty) pounds each and placed at the curb no later than 7:00 a.m. for service between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Please do not put trash out the night before. 

All recyclables must be empty, clean, and dry, and placed loosely inside the blue recycle cart. Do not bag recyclables. Please ensure the recycling cart is at least three feet (3') away from obstacles such as bagged trash, mailboxes, cars, fences, gas meters, and drainage ditches. Position the cart where the driveway meets the street, with wheels toward the residence.

Please place the following loosely (not bagged or sorted) in your recycling cart, as long as they are empty, clean, and dry:

  • plastic containers #1-5 & #7
  • milk cartons and juice boxes
  • corrugated cardboard and boxboard
  • mixed paper including newspaper and mail
  • aluminum, steel, and tin containers
  • glass bottles and containers
Items that cannot be recycled include:
  • plastic bags or shredded paper
  • styrofoam and other packaging materials
  • wet, damp, or oily waste
  • food or paper and plastic food serving items
  • paper towels and toilet tissue
  • bagged leaves, grass clippings, and branches
  • lightbulbs and window panes
  • items constructed of multiple materials

Questions or Concerns?

Common questions are answered in the service brochure. Watch for service information and updates here, on Facebook and Instagram, in the newsletter, and via codeREDCWD is happy to assist you with questions, concerns, cart repair or replacement, and damages or spills. There are several ways to reach their customer service department:

Bulky Items and Yard Waste

On any of your regular trash collection days, you can dispose of up to one cubic yard (roughly the size of a washing machine) of bulky waste. No single item should exceed 150 (one-hundred-fifty) pounds. Place bulky items and bundled brush curbside (at least three feet (3') from any obstacle including your recycling cart). Brush must be tied and bundled and must not exceed four feet by two feet (4' x 2') nor weigh more than 50 (fifty) pounds per bundle. Never blow leaves or grass clippings into public streets, sidewalks, or storm drains (§13.07.006). We recommend mulching back onto your lawn, composting, or bagging for disposal by CWD.

For items or loads exceeding the above limits, call 972-392-9300 for a quote. Or, watch the calendar and newsletter for clean-up events (usually in April and October) when dumpsters are placed at Town Hall for our residents. These cleanups are a great opportunity to remove any limbs that overhang the street. Such limbs are prohibited because of their ability to impede or cause costly damage to fire trucks. No branch or growth can overhang a street lower than fourteen feet (14') or a sidewalk lower than seven feet (7') (§12.08.004).

Acceptable Bulky Waste

  • toys, furniture, and yard tools (please clearly tag as “Bulk Item” so there is no doubt it is meant to be disposed of)
  • bundled carpet in four-foot (4') lengths
  • Fence Panels no Larger than four feet by six feet (4’ x 6’)
  • washing machines, dryers, water heaters, and kitchen appliances
  • refrigerators/freezers (must be tagged certifying removal of refrigerants)

Prohibited Bulky Waste

  • single items weighing more than one-hundred-fifty (150) pounds
  • commercial construction and remodeling debris
  • household hazardous waste (HHW)
  • tires, batteries, and propane tanks
  • loose brush or loose debris (debris must be placed in a box or other container no larger than 2’ x 2’ x 4’ and weighing no more than 50 (fifty) pounds.)

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Used Electronics
CWD’s Door-side Collection program encourages safe, easy, and responsible disposal of approved hazardous waste and electronics by placing them in special bags which are collected on the third Wednesday of each month. Items accepted include poison, solvent, oil-based and latex paint, aerosols, used motor oil, auto batteries, fluorescent tubes, and televisions. The cost of this service is included in your monthly utility bill.

Preparing for HHW Collection

  • Call CWD at 972.392.9300, Option 2
  • CWD will mail you a collection kit
  • Assemble your HHW and used electronics according to the instructions provided
  • Place your HHW and used electronics at your doorstep by 7:00 a.m. on your service day (the third Wednesday of each month)

Service Rates (Effective September 1, 2023)

Residential Trash Collection: $11.36 + $0.94 (tax) = $12.30
Residential Recycling Collection: $4.10 + $0.34 (tax) = $4.44
Door-side Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Used Electronic Collection: $0.82 + $0.07 (tax) = $0.89
TOTAL: (included on your monthly utility bill):  $17.63

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Fax: 817-617-3726
Emergencies: Dial 911
1614 S Bowen Road

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8:00am - 5:00pm