Pawtucket belongs to all of us. It's our responsibility to care for the city that we love and will eventually hand down to our children. Street Cleaning and Recycling are just two of the ways that we keep the city clean, healthy, and safe.
We want to double down on our efforts to make Pawtucket a cleaner, greener place to live and work--but we need your help.
Starting April 10th - Street Cleaning will now take place on the same day as Recycling Service. To make sure that this happens safely and efficiently, there will be a PARKING BAN during this time from 7AM-3PM.
This change will improve our recycling and street sweeping services, making our city cleaner and greener. Aligning the schedules will give the City easier access to clean our streets, streamline recycling bin pick-up, and make it easier for residents to identify when a parking ban is in place.
- Mayor Donald R. Grebien
Starting April 10th - Street Sweeping will take place on your recycling day. Check out the schedule:
Please look for signs in your neighborhood to avoid tickets and towing!
We also want to make sure that our streets are clean and the City is in tip-top shape for residents and visitors. This change will make sweep days easier to predict and cleaning efforts more effective.
-- Bill Ankner, Director of Pawtucket Public Works
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The City is also working to improve the environment by offering free tree plantings and rain collection barrels for residents, and recycling collection for local businesses. Businesses that participate in the recycling program will be eligible to receive a recycling cart, free of charge. For more information and to apply for a tree, rain barrel, or recycling bin please see the following:
Free Tree Application: Click here for the free tree application.
Free Rain Barrel Application: Click here for the free rain barrel application.
Business Recycling Signup Form: Click here for the business recycling signup form.
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