West Seattle snow and ice: Trash collection (etc.) update

As mentioned over the past couple days, Monday trash (etc.) pickups in West Seattle were postponed because of the icy neighborhood streets – and Seattle Public Utilities said they’d try again today, but if they didn’t make it, just bring everything in till next week. We sent SPU’s Andy Ryan a note earlier asking for an official verdict, and just received this answer:

West Seattle customers that have not been collected by now should bring their containers in. Next Monday, the City will collect all three waste streams – garbage, yard waste, recycle. Customers can set out double their usual waste.

2 Replies to "West Seattle snow and ice: Trash collection (etc.) update"

  • GenHillOne December 17, 2008 (8:37 am)

    Not really surprising, but LOTS of racoon tracks circling our house and trash cans, which so far, seem to be untouched.

  • MargL December 17, 2008 (10:49 am)

    Time to bring in your garbage and recycling now! I just got back from picking up my tipped-over recycling bin as well as a bunch of paper/trash from the neighbors up the block.
    Arrrrgh! If it were raining at least it wouldn’t blow as far. :-(

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