The City of Roseville's Solid Waste Division provides each residence with a 90-gallon automated refuse can. If you have moved into a home without a refuse can, please call (916) 774-5780 for delivery.
Rates are set in the Roseville Municipal Code, for specific information, Solid waste rates: Municipal Code Section 9.12.100.
For questions regarding your solid waste bill, please call (916) 774-5780.
The Solid Waste Division asks that you:
- Place all normal household trash, garbage, and yard clippings in the City-furnished 90-gallon container.
- Do not overfill or pack too tightly; the lid needs to remain closed.
- Grass clippings should be bagged or placed on top of other garbage to allow the refuse to fall freely from the container when it is dumped. Note: please bag all loose light materials (such as Styrofoam, packing peanuts, tissue paper, etc.), so that the material does not fly out when the container is serviced.
- Place your container out by 7:00am on your scheduled collection day, holidays included. Our schedule is maintained on all holidays.
- Place your container in the gutter in front of your home. The handle should face the house and the container should be at least 3-4 feet from obstructions such as other cars, fences, lamp posts, mail boxes, vehicles, and trailers.
- Courts and cul-de-sacs can present special problems which are evaluated on an individual basis.
- Portable Basketball Hoops create problems for refuse drivers. They should be removed from street and sidewalks on the day of service. A big problem for drivers of residential refuse collection trucks is access to containers on streets and cul-del-sacs which have portable basketball hoops on the street. Drivers have difficulty servicing homes on these streets and may not be able to empty containers that are set-out to close to the hoops.
- The following items should not be placed in your refuse container: dirt or sod; rocks or concrete; toxic or flammable materials such as oil, gas, or paint; large debris from remodeling, construction, or demolition. Hot ashes or coals should never be placed in the container.