Homeowners' Association

Nov 2020 -- New info from Fairfax County about Recycling can be downloaded here.  They are offering:

  • A webinar on How to Recycle in Fairfax County;
  • A socially distanced, in-person educational event; and
  • Two grand-opening ribbon-cutting events to celebrate the launch their new food scrap recovery pilot program collection sites.

Normal operations: 

  • Trash pickups are Tuesday and Friday
  • Recyclables are picked up on Wednesdays
  • Yard Debris is picked up March 1 thru December 24 on Wednesdays

Please have all trash out by 6 am on pickup days.

The Fairfax Recycle Guide provides information about what our service provider will take (note: these private company services may differ slightly from Fairfax County guidance).

Yard Debris Pickup - Brush and branches must be cut in 4-foot lengths with limbs no thicker than 6 inches in diameter. Brush and branches must be tied into bundles no larger than 2 feet in diameter. Grass clippings and other yard debris must be bagged in transparent plastic bags or paper bags.

Special pickups can be arranged by contacting Republic Services of Fairfax 703-818-8222

Bulk pickup information can be found at the Republic Services website.  Bulk Waste service is available in our neighborhood. To schedule service, please call us at: 703-818-8222

Holiday Trash Collection - Trash and recycling pickup service are not provided on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.

Check Republic Service's holiday schedule for additional details.

Fairfax County County Code regarding recycling:

  • Chapter 109, Article 2, Section 109-2-1 requires all Fairfax County residents to recycle glass, metal food and beverage containers, and yard debris (to include brush, leaves and grass clippings).
  • Section 109-5-4 describes the collection points and set-out restrictions, including the following mandate: Residential solid waste and recyclables shall not be set out for curbside collection prior to 4:00 p.m. of the day preceding scheduled collection, or on any sidewalks or any other portion of the public right of way where they will interfere with pedestrians or vehicular traffic.
  • Solid waste and recycling containers shall be removed to a regular place of keeping behind the front building line before 6 a.m. of the day following collection.