If you have flood-damaged items, you can put them on the curb without a sticker on collection day. You'll still need a sticker for regular refuse.
City of Geneva residents who have flood-damaged items for refuse will be allowed to put those items out on their regular collection day this week only —without a sticker. Regular trash will still need a refuse sticker. Residents must have the flood damaged items out at the curb no later than 7 a.m. on their regular collection day. Crews will not return if the items were placed out after initial collection, and no additional special collections are scheduled. This additional service is only available THIS WEEK on residents’ regular collection day of Thursday or Friday. Contact the Public Works Dept. at (630) 232-1501 with questions.
The city of Geneva Tweets a correction to previous announcements, noting that Christmas treess will be picked up curbside on the weeks of Jan. 7 and 14—not Jan. 14. and 21.
Thursday, January 3
The city of Geneva website is correct now, and for the record, Christmas tree pickup will be on your usual collection days during the weeks of Jan. 7 and Jan. 14. That means, if you live on the East Side and near West Side, you should have your tree on the curb by Thursday, Jan. 10 or Jan. 17. If you live on the far West Side, the tree should be out there by your garbage and recycling by Friday, Jan. 11 or Jan. 12. There was a bit of confusion regarding the "week of" in the original website post, which said to put your trees out on the weeks of Jan. 14 and Jan. 21. But the city Tweeted the correction—another good reason to sign up to receive city Tweets. "@CityofGeneva: CORRECTION: xmas trees will be collected week of Jan 7 & Jan 14. Place…