Trash & Recycling Holiday Schedule
No trash or recycling services are provided on the following days:
- New Year's Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
On a recognized holiday, there will be no trash or recycling service. Services will be pushed back one day during the week. If the recognized holiday is on a Monday and your regular service day is Monday, then your collection will move to Tuesday. If your regular service day is Tuesday, then your collection will move to Wednesday. If your regular service day is Wednesday, then your collection will move to Thursday. If your regular service day is Thursday, then your collection will move to Friday. If your regular service day is Friday, then your collection will move to Saturday. The following week the schedule will resume as normal.
Holiday Tree Recycling
The City of Frisco provides curbside holiday tree recycling to all residents for their convenience. All live trees collected will be recycled (made into compost and mulch). Trees MUST comply with the following guidelines to ensure pickup:
- Do cut trees over 5 feet high into sections - no more than 4 feet in length or 60 lbs each.
- Do not cover tree with a plastic bag, as this will prevent pickup.
- Do place trees out on regular trash / recycling collection day, at edge of property, at least 3 feet from carts.
- Do remove supports (metal and wood), electrical wiring, lights, tinsel, ornaments and all other decorations.
Pumpkins and Hay BalesYard waste does not belong in either your blue recycle or your black trash bin. Leaves and lawn clippings belong in brown paper, compostable bags. branches need to be less than 3 feet long, lighter than 30 pounds and bundled with rope or twine. Place landscaping leftovers like gourds in your yard waste bags and hay bales set out with your other yard waste. Click here for more information on residential yard waste.
Do It Yourself Disposal
Do-It-Yourself Disposal for trees and extra holiday trash is also available at the Custer Road Transfer Station (9901 Custer Road in Plano). Residents may bring their driver's license and a matching, current copy of their Frisco water bill to receive up to 2 free visits per month. Live, natural trees (not flocked) can be recycled at the Transfer Station, and flocked trees / artificial trees can be discarded as trash.