Household garbage…meaning normal everyday kitchen, bath, and general waste.
Building/Remodeling materials, yard debris*, appliances, furniture.
* other agreement needed. Trash Removal and Billing Agreement
Building/remodeling materials should be taken to the county dump. Appliances and furniture may be donated to or picked-up by a thrift store/ charitable organization. Yard debris removal is available for a monthly fee or on a one-time pick-up charge. Leaves and grass clippings must be bagged.
No, but we will pick-up any limbs up to two (2) inches in diameter and no longer than ten feet in length.
No. It’s the contractor’s responsibility to remove any debris from your premises.
Typically the day before or after the holiday. Refer to the schedule or main calendar for specifics.
Yes, copies are available in the Helena City News, at City Hall, and on the library bulletin board.
The city is responsible for grass cutting along major roads only.
Draining ditches cutting and maintenance are the responsibility of the property owners.
At City Hall, or using the Action Center.
On a city road, we must receive an appropriate number of reports before the major expenditure of asphalt is approved. If it’s a county or state road, the city is not responsible for pothole repairs.
We will pick-up once reported.
Report to city hall or police department.
Waste Management Treatment Plant
Any biodegradable items.
Because grease will clog your drain and may clog the main sewer lines to all homes in your area. Household chemicals pose a threat to our entire system because they can kill the microorganisms that treat the water.
When used properly, these products will not hurt the treatment process.
It’s a high-water alarm. We encourage you to call the Utility Department (663-2894) during normal operating hours. After hours, call the Police Dept. at 663-6499.
Call the Utility Department at 663-2894 or Police Department.