Your yearly collection calendar is going paperless for 2019
Get your calendar the way you want it: search your home address for a printable calendar or add it to your electronic calendar applications, such as Outlook, iCal or Google. Need help? Call our customer service centre at 306-975-2486 or email. We’ll even send you reminders via email, phone, text message, Twitter or with our Saskatoon Recycle & Waste app on Google Play or the App Store.
The City of Saskatoon’s two compost depots will be opening for the season on April 11 (weather permitting). Residents of Saskatoon are encouraged to reduce the amount of waste sent to the landfill by bringing their leaves and grass to one of the depots for composting.
West – Highway 7 Compost Depot, located at the junction of Highway 7 and 11th Street West. Open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. *Vehicles will not be admitted after 5:50 p.m.
East – Highway 5 Compost Depot, located off Highway 5 via the junction of Highway 41 and Zimmerman Road, east of Sundown Storage Solutions. Open Thursday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday to Monday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The East depot is closed Tuesday and Wednesday. *Vehicles will not be admitted after 4:50 p.m. (6:50 on Thursdays).
The depots are free for residents of Saskatoon. Commercial haulers are required to purchase and display a seasonal permit to access the compost depots. The registration fee for 2016 is $200 per business for the first vehicle and $50 for each additional vehicle. Purchase commercial permits at saskatoonenvirostore.ca.
Food waste will not be accepted for drop off at the compost depots; however, residents may subscribe for a Green Cart for convenient front-street collection of food and yard waste every two weeks. Visit saskatoon.ca/greencarts to subscribe by May 15; collection for homes subscribed by April 15 begins the week of May 2. Learn how to compost food and yard waste in your own yard at saskatoon.ca/homecomposting.
Refer to Compost Depot Service Alerts for timely updates on unplanned compost depot closures, and follow @YXEServiceAlert on Twitter. If you have any questions about the Compost Depots, please contact the Customer Service Centre at 306-975-2486.
September 12, 2015 is city-wide Curbside Swap day
Got free, useable stuff?
Want free, usable stuff?
At a Curbside Swap, unwanted items in good condition are placed on the curb and marked as free, for anyone to pick up. Giving these items a new home keeps them out of our landfill and reduces our community’s environmental footprint.
Join the city-wide Curbside Swap day on Saturday, September 12, by placing items on your curb that you want to give away and/or by searching for free treasures that others set-out. Make sure whatever you set-out or pick-up is clearly marked as “FREE.” The swap ends by 6:00 p.m., when it’s time to return your unclaimed items to your home along with your newfound treasures.
– Clearly mark all items that you wish to swap as “FREE” and remove any items you wish to keep from your lawn and curb.
– Do not block roads/sidewalks with items.
– Obey all traffic laws and watch for children.
– Do not drive/walk on other people’s lawns.
– Do not discard items on someone else’s lawn/curb.
Check out https://www.saskatoon.ca/services-residents/waste-recycling/recycling/saskatoon-curbside-swap for further information, including downloadable “FREE STUFF” signs