The Saint Paul City Council has introduced a resolution to consider organized trash collection within the city, and the City Council is looking for feedback from residents to help set priorities for thinking about an organized system. Information collected through these efforts will help the City Council understand residents’ current expectations and priorities around trash collection. It is anticipated that the collected information will be presented to the city council at a meeting in May, 2016.
- Provide input on organized trash collection through Open Saint Paul here.
- Share your trash bills with the city to help City Council better understand what residents are currently paying for their trash service.
Residents can and should cross out their name and the last 2 numbers of their street address and send their bill to public works via several methods:
Mail: Public Works, 1500 City Hall Annex, 25 W. 4th Street, Saint Paul, MN, 55102
Facebook: Post a status with a picture of your bill and the hashtag #ShareYourBillStP
Twitter: By tweeting to or a direct message with a picture of your bill to @cityofsaintpaul, or utilizing the hashtag #ShareYourBillStP
For more information on the City of Saint Paul’s work on this issue, click here.