Home | Sitemap | Contact Us | Translate | ELECTION INFO
Residential Garbage Collection Route - Ending January 31, 2019
Residential Garbage Collection Route - Beginning February 1, 2019
Starting February 1st the City of Texas City will provide automated garbage collection through a contract with Waste Connections of Texas. A 96-gallon roll cart will be delivered to most residents in mid-January.
About the Containers
** Failure to comply with placement requirements will result in your garbage not being collected.**
Garbage Cart Storage
Garbage carts must be stored on your property in between collections. Carts may be set out as early as the night before your collection day, and must be returned to your property no later than the day after collection.
Why do I need to store my container and keep it away from the street?
Promptly and securely storing your cart will:
Beginning on February 1, 2019, the new residential garbage collection fee will be $24/month ($22 for seniors 65+). An additional garbage cart may be requested after March 1, 2019 for an additional $5/month.
Why are the fees increasing?
Texas City has not raised
garbage collection rates since 2012, despite the landfill and private
hauling companies passing several price increases to the City over the years.
This adjustment brings the city closer to covering the actual cost to collect residential waste and to provide many other solid waste services not offered by other communities.
When comparing to other cities, consider the level of service. Texas City provides the most comprehensive solid waste service in the greater-Houston area, including:
Driveway collection is provided to physically challenged citizens who are sole residents at the address where service is requested, unless all other residents at the service address have disabilities which prevent them from placing waste items at the curb for collection.
To download and print the application form, click here. If unable to print and mail, hard copies are available at the Biosphere Recycling Center drive-thru window.
Texas City residents may recycle by dropping off acceptable items at the Biosphere Recycling Center. For a list of acceptable materials and other information about the Biosphere, please click here.
Brush collection is provided once per week to all City residential solid waste customers. Collection days vary due to fluctuations in brush volume. Simply place your brush pile in front of your home, following the guidelines below, and our truck will pick it up.
Brush Pile Guidelines
Bulky item collection is provided to all City residential solid waste customers.
Bulky item – defined as residentially generated stoves, water heaters, mattresses, washing machines, furniture, refrigerators and air conditioners (which have CFC’s removed and tagged by a certified technician) and other materials other than Construction Debris.
The City of Texas City provides bulky item collection once per week on your first garbage collection day of the week. For example, if you are on the Tuesday/Friday schedule, bulky items will be collected on Tuesday.
Bulky Pile Guidelines
Residents in Texas City outside of the water distribution system will need to set up an account by February 1, 2019 with the City of Texas City Utility Billing department in order to receive trash collection without interruption.
To set up your account, please fill out the Garbage Only Account Form and email to Bernice Hibbitts.
For information about trash service call 409-643-5810.
For account and billing information call 409-643-5923.
There are 6 holidays per year when garbage will not be collected:
If your collection day falls on a one of these holidays, your garbage will be collected on the following regularly scheduled collection day.
City Hall - City of Texas City
1801 9th Avenue North
Texas City, Texas 77592
Map to City Hall
Hours Monday - Friday
M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm
© 2014 City of Texas City __ An All-American City