Trash Pick-up for Condos
Trash pick-up in Ocean City, Maryland is handled by the Ocean City Department of Public Works. Steve Brown is the Solid Waste Manager. His email address is: SBrown@OceanCityMD.gov You should be able to find everything you need to know below, but you can check the Town’s site at: http://oceancitymd.gov/public_works/solidwaste.html
Address: 204 65th St. – Bldg. E, Ocean City, Maryland 21842
Hours of Operation Summer: 6:00 AM-3:00 PM, Winter: 6:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Phone 410-524-0318, Fax 410-723-1832
SUMMER SCHEDULE May 15, 2012 вЂ“ October 14, 2012
RESIDENTIAL: (Waste wheelers) Monday & Thursday вЂ“ Oceanside (75th Street to 146th Street) Bayside (75th Street to 135th Street)
Tuesday & Friday вЂ“ All Areas (Inlet to 74th Street) Bayside (136th Street to 146th Street)
COMMERCIAL: (Front-end and 300-gallon containers) Monday/Wednesday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday вЂ“ All Areas
A collection Fee is imposed for commercial establishments requiring collection more than five times per week. These establishments will include Hotels, Motels, Condominiums, Apartment/Multi-Family Complexes and Restaurants.
This fee structure will be in effect from May 16, 2012 through October 16, 2012. The fee is $75 per additional pickup for front-end containers and $20 per additional pick-up for 300-gallon containers.
In most cases the five-day collection schedule would exclude Tuesdays & Thursdays. Other days without collection may be possible if arranged in advance with the Solid Waste Manager. We are not in any way going to sacrifice the cleanliness of the Town. Therefore, the Solid Waste Manager shall have the final say on whether a particular location needs seven-day collection service.
BULK PICKUP This allows the residential property owners within the corporate limits of Ocean City, to place household items, such as old appliances and furniture at curbside for pickup. WE DO NOT GO ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. Service operates Monday through Friday from May 1 through September 30. From October 1 through April 30, the service operates on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The cost is $15 for the first item, $25 for up to three items and $5 for each additional item. For more information, please call 410-524-0318.
- Labor Day 9/3/12 – Monday normal trash pickup
- Columbus Day 10/8/12 – Monday normal trash pickup
- Veterans Day 11/12/12 – Monday normal trash pickup
- Thanksgiving (2 days) 11/22-11/23/12 – Thursday no trash pickup & Friday commerical pickup only
- Christmas (2 days) 12/24/12 – Monday normal pickup. 12/25/12 – No trash pickup. All trash collection scheduled for Tuesday 12/25/12 will be picked up on Wednesday 12/26/12
- New Year’s Day – 1/1/13 – Tuesday no trash pickup. All trash collection scheduled for Tuesday 1/1/13 will be picked up on Wednesday 1/2/13
WINTER SCHEDULE October 15, 2012 – May 14, 2013
RESIDENTIAL: (waste wheelers) Monday вЂ“ Oceanside (75th Street to 146th Street) Bayside (75th Street to 135th Street)
Tuesday вЂ“ All Areas (Inlet to 74th Street) Bayside (136th Street to 146th Street)
COMMERCIAL: (Front-end and 300-gallon containers) Monday/Wednesday/Friday вЂ“ All Areas
NOTICE: All trash must be placed at the curbside by 6 AM on the specific dates of collection. Before any metal side load containers are repaired or replaced, please call 410-524-0318 as the Town of Ocean City is in the process of changing over to Front-End and 300-gallon plastic containers. All front-end containers and compactors with enclosures must have doors open for pick-ups. Doors must be opened by the employees of the business and closed after trash pick-up. All doors must have secure holding devices to keep doors open and closed. Compactor lights must be working at all times.
PROHIBITED CONTENTS The following items should not be placed in a solid waste container:
(1) Motor vehicle tires.
(2) Building materials (i.e wood, lumber, carpet/rugs).
(3) Hazardous, radioactive or medical wastes.
(4) Burning or smoldering materials or any other materials which would create a fire hazard.
(5) Rocks, dirt, sod, paint or motor oil.
NOTICE: (Waste wheelers and 300-gallon containers) Stolen or other abuse of the carts, which would render them unserviceable will be the responsibility of the owner and a replacement charge will be applicable. Residents leaving for the winter or leaving for more than a few days, are advised to put the waste wheeler inside or secure outside, to prevent the wind or someone from carting it off. THE PROPERTY OWNER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WASTE WHEELER. All metal dumpsters and plastic containers must be secured from being blown off pads into the streets. Name of the building or address must be on all dumpsters with letters no smaller than 3 inches. Owners must keep dumpsters painted, graffiti free, any wheels greased and clean on the inside.
Again, this content is taken from the Town of Ocean City’s website: http://oceancitymd.gov/public_works/solidwaste.html