Have an issue or concern?  Our representatives can be reached at 210-375-0066.

 

City of Helotes

Services Offered – for Residents, Builders and Businesses in Helotes

Services performed by C6:

Two times per week collect on trash
One time per week collection on recycling
Both must be curbside by 7:00am on pickup day

Two times per year curbside bulk item collection (see pick up schedule below)

Twice a year brush collection

Up to 30 cubic yards and/or the equivalent of 1 – 30 yard open top container of packed brush per residence

CITY ORDINANCE

NOTICE: Per Sec. 70-41 of the City of Helotes Code of Ordinances, property owners shall ensure that tree trimmings, tree cuttings, and yard/garden clippings resulting from work done by tree contractors shall be removed by the same tree contractor within 48 hours. City employees and C6 Disposal shall not collect these trimmings.

Garbage and Recycling Containers Provided To Residents

Standard Option

96-gallon cart
18-gallon recycling bin
For residents that require more than the standard option, you may request an additional 96 gallon cart for trash for an additional $18.92/month or an additional 96 gallon cart for recycling for an additional $8.27/month. Please contact our office to schedule the service.

Residents may place up to 3 additional items next to their trash cart on their scheduled collection day. These items may consist of bags, boxes or bundles of brush not to exceed 35 pounds each.

Commercial Services (call 375-0066 for pricing)

Commercial Front Load Containers provided by C6

2 cubic yard, 3 cubic yard, 4 cubic yard, 6 cubic yard, 8 cubic yard
Customers may request that their container be equipped with lock or casters

Frequency of Pickup

From 1 to 6 times per week service

Commercial Cart Collection

96-gallon cart

Frequency of Pickup

2 times per week

 

Roll-Off Containers (call 375-0066 for pricing)

Offering construction and demolition debris removal and industrial/compactor rental and haul off.

Container Sizes Available

Open tops
20 cubic yard, 30 cubic yard, 40 cubic yard
Compactors
Self-Contained and Stationary compactors are available

 

Recycling

Updated Recyclable Materials List

Paper

ad circulars, catalogs, carbonless paper, cardboard (flattened), dry goods packaging (remove liner), envelopes, file folders, gift wrap (non-metallic), junk mail, magazines, newspaper, office, paper, paperback books ,paper bags, paper milk and juice cartons, paper towel / toilet paper cores, phone books

Plastics

Remove lids and rinse all food and liquids. Examples: beverage bottles, food and condiment bottles and jars (jelly, mustard, mayonnaise). No mirrors, windows, ceramics, or other glass or glazed materials are allowed.

Metal Cans

Aluminum, steel, and tin beverage and food cans rinsed of all food or liquids. Aerosol cans emptied and nozzle removed. Baking tins rinsed and remaining contents removed.

Plastics

1,2,5, bottles, bowls, cups, food trays and tubs, jars, lotion and shampoo bottles

Glass

bottles – all colors (beverage bottles), jars – all colors (jelly or condiment jar)

Metals

aluminum drink cans, aluminum baking tins, steel or tin food cans and lids, empty aerosol cans (remove nozzle and discard in trash)

Not Accepted

Plastic Bags, All Styrofoam, Meat trays, household trash, aluminum foil, appliances, auto glass, clothes, clothes hangers, computer cords, diapers, dead animals (dead animal pick-up), garden hoses, hardcover books, light bulbs, toys, plastic containers with hazardous materials, shredded paper, Styrofoam® formed packing or “peanuts”, trash bags, waxed paper and waxed food containers, yard trimmings

During the term of this contract, the City reserves the right to add or delete items.

Holiday Schedule

In the event your collection day falls on a holiday, your service will be performed on your next scheduled collection day.

Examples: (Assumes Holiday Falls on Monday)

  • If your trash collection days fall on Monday and Thursday and the holiday falls on a Monday then the garbage will be collected on Thursday.
  • If your recycling day is on Monday, then it will be collected the following Monday.
  • If your recycling collection day falls on two consecutive holidays we encourage you to store your recyclables until your next scheduled collection day.

For information on Brush Collection and Bulk Pick Up residents of Helotes should register on Nextdoor and follow the official City of Helotes page. This is where brush and bulk collection schedules and other important information for citizens will be published. The public can find the City of Helotes page on Nextdoor by visiting https://www.nextdoor.com and then entering their home address to join. For residents who have already joined Nextdoor, the direct link to our page is https://nextdoor.com/agency/city-of-helotes.

Bulk Item Collection Schedule – remember that our truck will only pass by your home one time so be sure to have your debris curbside by 7am Monday on your scheduled week of collection.

WeekArea
Feb 28 - Mar 4, 2022Helotes Park Estates, Cash Mountain, Marnoch, Longhorn, Mountain View, Tower View, Orange Tower, Deer Trail Lane, Floore Dr., Scenic Loop & Old Scenic Loop, Los Reyes Sub., Old Bandera Rd., Riggs, Antonio & Marin Hollow, Trails of Helotes
March 7 - 11, 2022Galm, FM 1560, Alta Tierra, Saltillo Flats, Alta Loma, Wynstone Place, Hunters Way, Hunters Oak, Hollow Ridge, Hunters Path, Hunters Break & Beverly Hills Subdivision, Parrigin, Stagecoach, Mesquite Flat, Wagon Pass, Indian Trail, Javalin Trail, Tiger, Donkey Flat
March 14 - 18, 2022Iron Horse Canyon Subdivision and Heartstone Ranch
March 21 - 25, 2022Helotes Crossing, Acadia Heights, Gardens at Windgate Run, Leslie Rd and Bricewood Subdivision
March 28 - April 1, 2022Cedar Springs, Sedona, Evans Valley, Hausman (FM 1560)

What Bulk item collection covers
Most household furniture and fixtures to include stoves, refrigerators (Freon Free), water heaters, washing machines, dryers, discarded bathroom fixtures, couches, tables, chairs, mattresses and box springs, television sets, and other bulky waste materials from within your home. Items such as swing sets, basketball goals, trampolines, playscapes, etc. must be disassembled before being placed curbside for collection or they will not be collected. Water treatment systems must be free of water and salt and light enough for two normal size men to lift into the back of a truck. Gas powered equipment like lawnmowers, weed eaters and blowers must be free of gas and oil.

What Bulk item collection does not cover
Refrigerators with Freon, waste from building materials/products resulting from contractor work or exceeding 35 lbs in weight, remodeling or demolition operations on the interior or exterior of your home or adjoining structures resulting from contractor work or exceeding 35 lbs in weight, roofing material of any kind, household waste, household hazardous waste, car parts including tires or batteries, motor oil, fuel, propane tanks, needles or expired pharmaceuticals, brush, grass, cardboard boxes, fencing material of any kind resulting from contractor work, decking material of any kind resulting from contractor work, hot tubs, rocks, bricks, dirt, concrete, ammunition of any kind, dead animals/animal feces.

If you have any questions regarding the information provided, you may call us at 210-375-0066 or email us at c6@c6disposal.com

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Again we want to thank you for your business and we look forward to serving you in 2022!

Regarding Christmas Tree Disposal

Removal will begin the week of January 10th thru the 15th. Trees should be placed curbside by 7am on your scheduled collection day.

For our twice a week collection customers, if the tree is not removed on your first pick up of the week it will be removed on the second. Leave it at the curb.

If tree is longer than 6 feet please cut the tree in half and place both sections curbside for pick up. Trees will continue to be picked up even if placed curbside after the week the 15th.

For those individuals that don’t want their trees landfilled, you may donate your tree to the Burning Bush as long as it is free of ornaments, lights, tinsel and decorations, etc. You can also contact other local compost facilities (New Earth, Gardenville, City of San Antonio) to see if they will accept your tree.

Thank you and Happy New Year
C6 Disposal Systems

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