What areas are covered by the Trash and Recycling Program?
Does the Program only cover curbside collection?
The City currently services over 11,000 townhomes twice weekly and single-family homes once weekly. The Program currently provides the following curbside collection services:
- Yard Waste
- Scheduled Bulk Waste
- Scheduled Televisions and Computer Monitors
- Leaf Collection (October - January)
Household Hazardous Waste
Who provides trash and recycling service to the City?
The City does not have a sanitation department. We contract our services to local haulers and work with local recyclers including:
How much does trash and recycling service cost?
The weekly service fee for townhome residents is $6.43 ($27.88 monthly) and $6.14 weekly ($ 26.59) for single-family homes. This fee is paid through the utility bills that residents receive – and is not drawn from taxes.
Where can I see annual budgets and reports?
Does the City own the Manassas Transfer Station?
The City of Manassas does not own the Manassas Transfer Station. The facility is owned and operated by Waste Management. The City works in partnership with Waste Management to provide our residents with scheduled drop0ff days for Household Hazardous Waste, Electronics, and Document Shredding.
Can City residents use Prince William County landfills?
The City of Manassas is an independent jurisdiction and not part of Prince William County. Prince William County residents pay for the landfills through their taxes. City of Manassas residents are permitted to take their trash to the landfills, however, they must pay a service fee for disposal. City of Manassas residents are not permitted to drop-off Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics at Prince William County facilities.