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UPDATE! Because City Council asked for more research at the Feb. 4 study session into
specific ways Lakewood could improve its residential trash collection system, we have started a process to receive detailed and solid information from waste haulers for the City Council to evaluate. Learn about this next step.

If you have questions about this next step, please ask it in the “Ask Us!” section or email us at sustainability@lakewood.org.

We will present the information from haulers along with other findings to City Council at a study session currently scheduled for July 15. This meeting will explore the possibilities for addressing numerous concerns that residents have expressed about the residential trash hauling system serving them. Those concerns include pricing, level of service, neighborhood impacts, environmental pollution, impacts to streets and other issues identified through conversations with a wide range of residents detailed in the 2019 Lakewood Residential Trash Collection Report.



UPDATE! Because City Council asked for more research at the Feb. 4 study session into
specific ways Lakewood could improve its residential trash collection system, we have started a process to receive detailed and solid information from waste haulers for the City Council to evaluate. Learn about this next step.

If you have questions about this next step, please ask it in the “Ask Us!” section or email us at sustainability@lakewood.org.

We will present the information from haulers along with other findings to City Council at a study session currently scheduled for July 15. This meeting will explore the possibilities for addressing numerous concerns that residents have expressed about the residential trash hauling system serving them. Those concerns include pricing, level of service, neighborhood impacts, environmental pollution, impacts to streets and other issues identified through conversations with a wide range of residents detailed in the 2019 Lakewood Residential Trash Collection Report.