Serving 13,000 residential customers in Sierra Vista and Fort Huachuca and 600 commercial customers, the City’s refuse service has a big job keeping Sierra Vista clean. Services include once-a-week curbside pickup of trash, recycling, and green waste, offering special pickups of bulky items, and providing Dumpsters for big jobs.
Residential Trash Service
Sign up for service at City Hall, 1011 N. Coronado Drive.
For residential Dumpster rental rates and sizes, call (520) 458-3315 (select option 3).
Need a bulky item or a several boxes of refuse picked up? The City can do that! Stop by any City facility (or call (520) 458-5775) and purchase a Special Pickup label for $14.40, good for one pickup. Special pick up items are limited to bulky items or items that are bagged or bundled (not to exceed 4′ x 6′ x 3′, or a 2.5 cubic yard load).
Speed up, or even skip, the trip to City Hall with these downloadable and online forms listed below. Be sure to download and print your collection calendar so you never miss a pickup!
- Residential Trash/Sewer New Services Application
- Residential Recycling Services Application
- Automatic Payment Plan Application & Agreement
- Residential Trash Service Change Form to download a PDF or complete the form online.
- 2018-2019 Residential Trash/Recycling Calendar
- 2018-2019 Fort Huachuca Trash/Recycling Calendar
Click here to learn more about the City’s compost program and how to recycle your green yard waste.
Find your service area and pickup day on the map below.
Commercial Trash Service
The City offers quality commercial trash service that includes front-load Dumpster service and temporary open-top Dumpster roll-off services. Commercial rates are based on the size of Dumpster and the number of pickups per week. Please call (520) 439-2186 for a quote.
The City of Sierra Vista offers extraordinary service, with dependable pickups and container size flexibility. Get competitive, stable, no-hassle rates—and no contracts. When you choose the City for your trash and recycling service provider, you are keeping your neighbors working, and that’s good for the economy. And, as your local provider, the City’s service is managed by citizens and directed by council members, who are elected by residents.