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City of Helotes

Services offered to the City of Helotes

Company efforts are focused on waste removal and disposal as well as recycling through the use of “state of art” collection vehicles and highly motivated personnel.

Residential Garbage Collection and Recycling

Containers

96-gallon cart plus 3 additional items (bags, boxes or bundles not to exceed 35 gallons each).
18-gallon recycling bin

Frequency of Pickup

2 times per week collect on trash. Must be curbside by 7:00am on pickup day.
1 time per week collection on recycling.
2 times per year on curbside brush pickup and white goods collection & disposal.

Containerized Service

Containers

2 cubic yard, 3 cubic yard, 4 cubic yard,
6 cubic yard, 8 cubic yard

Frequency of Pickup

From 1 time per week to 6 times per week service.

Commercial Hand Load Service

Containers

96-gallon cart

Frequency of Pickup

2 times per week.

Roll-Off Containers (Inside City Limits)

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

Containers

20 cubic yard, 30 cubic yard, 40 cubic yard

Recycling

Updated Recyclable Materials List

Paper

Most types of paper, such as circulars, catalogs, carbonless paper, dry goods packaging with liners removed (example: cereal, pasta, rice, beer/soda cartons), envelopes, file folders, junk mail, magazines, newspapers, office paper, paperback books, paper bags, paper towel/toilet paper cores and non-metallic gift wrap. No phone books or wet or yellowed paper will be picked up.

Glass Bottles and Jars All Colors

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

Labeled #l through #7. Remove lids and rinse any remaining food or liquids from containers or trays. Examples include: Beverage bottle, shampoo and lotion bottles, meat trays, condiment bottles, prescription and medicine bottles, plastic grocery bags tied together into a bundle.

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.

Brush Pickup Schedule

City of Helotes
Fall 2018 Brush Pick Up Schedule
Brush not to exceed 30 cubic yards per collection.

Trimmings left by commercial tree trimmers will not be collected by C-6 Disposal.

WeekArea
Oct 1 – 5, 2018Helotes Park Estates, east of Circle A (Right-side on Circle A)
Oct 8 – 12, 2018Helotes Park Estates, west of Circle A (Left-side on Circle A), Cash Mountain, Marnoch, Longhorn, Mountain View, Tower View, Orange Tower, Deer Trail Lane, Floore Dr., Scenic Loop & Old Scenic Loop
Oct 15 – 19, 2018Galm (FM 1560, Alta Tierra, Saltillo Flats, Alta Loma, Wynstone PIace, Hunters Way, Hunters Oak, Hollow Ridge, Hunters Path, Hunters Break & Beverly Hills Subdivision
Oct 22 – Oct 26, 2018Los Reyes Sub., Old Bandera Rd., Riggs, Antonio & Marin Hollow, Trails of Helotes
Oct 29 – Nov 2, 2018Iron Horse Canyon Subdivision, Parrigin, Stagecoach, Mesquite Flat, Wagon Pass, Indian Trail, Javalin Trail, Tiger, Donkey Flat & Heartstone Ranch
Nov 5 – 9, 2018Cedar Springs, Helotes Crossing, Claunch, Gallina, Evans Valley, Acadia Heights, Hausman (FM 1560), Gardens at Windgate Run & Leslie Rd, Bricewood

Remember: Items may be put out only two weeks prior to pick up week and everything must be put out by 7:00 a.m. on Monday of your pick up week. Please place only one truckload of brush per household by curb away from power lines and overhanging trees and away from sprinkler heads!

The collection vehicles will pass down each street only once!

If you have any questions, please contact C-6 Disposal at 375-0066 Mon-Fri 8:00 A.M – 5:00 P.M.

Brush/Tree Trimmings placed out by commercial lawn services – landscapers, tree trimmers, gardeners, etc. – WILL NOT BE PICKED UP as part of your service. This will be priced separately as an addition to your service.

Additionally – The City Arborist will be inspecting and proactively monitoring trimming activity to ensure tree trimming contractors have pulled permits and are in compliance with city ordinance before they start work. Part of the inspection/compliance process will include the painting over of trimmed or pruned trees.

Bulk items will not be collected with brush!

If you have any questions, please contact C-6 Disposal at 375-0066 or the City of Helotes (210) 695-8877, Mon-Fri 8:00 A.M – 5:00 P.M.

Bulk Pickup Schedule

City of Helotes
Fall 2018 Bulk Pick Up Schedule

WeekArea
Sept 3 – 7, 2018Helotes 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
Sept 10 – 14, 2018Galm, 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 , Heartstone & Ranch Iron Horse Canyon Subdivision
Sept 17 – 21, 2018Cedar Springs, Helotes Crossing, Claunch, Gallina, Evans Valley, Acadia Heights, Hausman (FM 1560), Gardens at Windgate Run & Leslie Rd, Bricewood

Remember: Items may be put out only ONE week prior to pick up week and everything must be put out by 7:00 a.m. on Monday of your pick up week.

Bulk item collection covers stoves, refrigerators, water tanks, washing machines, discarded bathroom fixtures, furniture, mattresses, television sets, and other bulky waste materials. Items such as swing sets, play scapes, basketball goals, trampolines etc. should be disassembled before being placed curbside. Bulk item collection does not cover construction debris (waste building materials resulting from construction, remodeling, repair, or demolition operations), dead animals, brush, yard waste, hazardous waste, or stable matter with weights or volumes greater than those allowed for containers.

The collection vehicles will pass down each street only once.