Has trash and recycling service changed?

Please contact your hauler about any changes to trash collection.

All recycling materials must be inside of recycling carts as a measure to protect drivers during the coronavirus pandemic. Recycling truck drivers will no longer be allowed to leave the cab of their truck, so they will not be able to pick up any recycling left outside of carts, such as cardboard from shipping boxes. All items should be broken down so they fit in the recycling cart. Residents who need a second cart may request one by calling 952-941-5174 or 952-826-0463. This measure will be in effect until further notice.

Residents who have yard waste pickup should contact their hauler. Yard waste cannot be placed in trash, by state law. Residents with yard waste that isn’t currently being collected by a hauler should store it properly in their yard or take it to one of these sites that accept yard waste:

  • SKB Malcolm Avenue Transfer Station, 630 Malcolm Ave. S, Minneapolis. Hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 7 a.m. to noon Saturdays. Call 612-331-4610 for fees or other information.
  • The Mulch Store with locations in Burnsville (952-890-9375), Minnetrista (952-446-1056) and Shakopee (952-445-2139). Call or visit mulchstoremn.com for hours and fees.

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1. What City facilities are closed to the public?
2. Where can I find information on parks and trails and Parks & Recreation activities and facilities?
3. Where can I get help during the pandemic?
4. How can I participate in a virtual meeting of the City Council, Housing & Redevelopment Authority or Planning Commission?
5. How many cases of COVID-19 are there in Edina?
6. Has trash and recycling service changed?
7. What’s allowed right now under COVID-19 statewide restrictions?
8. What should I do if I have witnessed COVID-19-related discrimination?
9. Can I get hand sanitizer from the City of Edina?
10. How is Edina Public Schools responding to COVID-19?
11. I own or manage a business. Where can I find guidance on safely reopening?