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Posted on: October 18, 2022

Final Fall Leaf Collection - Begins December 5

Man raking leaves

Collection Guidelines

  • Only leaves will be collected. Please do not mix branches or grass cuttings with leaves, as this will plug the machines and slow the collection process.
  • Place the leaves on the tree lawn, at the curbto ensure our le...
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Posted on: October 1, 2022

Thanksgiving Day - November 24

Rumpke is closed on Thanksgiving, 11/24/22. 1-day delay for Thursday & Friday rubbish/recycling routes.

Rubbish & Recycling Info. Service Department
Posted on: November 1, 2022

Christmas Day - December 25

Christmas Day, 12/25/22, falls on a Sunday this year. This will NOT affect Rumpke's rubbish/recycling collection. No delay.

Rubbish & Recycling Info. Service Department
Posted on: December 1, 2022

New Years Day 2023 - January 1

New Years Day, 1/1/23, falls on a Sunday. This will NOT affect Rumpke rubbish/recycling collection. NO delays!

Rubbish & Recycling Info. Service Department
Posted on: March 4, 2022

Rumpke now accepts some plastic and aluminum cups for recycling

Recycling Flyer - Acceptable Items UPDATED 3/4/2022

Rumpke now accepts some plastic beverage cups and aluminum cups in Westlake’s recycling program! "As a recycling leader, Rumpke is constantly working with end users to develop solutions for expanded recycling opportunities," said Jeff Snyder, Ru...

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Service Department
Posted on: August 30, 2021

Please use and store rubbish/recycling carts properly

Recycle Cart

The City of Westlake would like to remind residents that rubbish and recycling carts should be placed at the curb after 6 p.m. the night before your regular collection day and should be removed from the tree lawn no later than 24 hours after collection. T...

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Service Department
Posted on: August 5, 2020

Helpful tips for power outages

Nearly everyone has experienced a power outage at home or at their office. Generally speaking, these events typically are little more than a temporary inconvenience. However, there are some safety concerns that come up when the power goes down. 

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