Norfolk County has issued its game plan for this spring’s collection of bulky household waste items.
The collection begins in Simcoe Monday, June 1 and ends in west Norfolk near the end of June.
Residents are asked to limit the amount of waste put curbside to what will fit in the box of a typical pickup truck. If two average adults cannot lift a given item, it will not be accepted. Items greater than 10 feet in length will also go uncollected.
The bulky-item collection schedule, by ward, is as follows:
Simcoe-area Ward 5 has been designated as Zone A. The bulky pickup in Ward 5 will occur from Monday, June 1 through Friday, June 5.
Port Dover-area Ward 6 and Waterford-area Ward 7 have been designated as Zone B. The bulky pickup in Ward 6 and Ward 7 will occur from Monday, June 8 through Friday, June 12.
Delhi-area Ward 3 and Windham-Charlotteville area Ward 4 have been designated as Zone C. The bulky pickup in these wards will occur from Monday, June 15 through Friday, June 19.