Residential Yard Debris Service

If It Grows, It Goes – Now Accepting All Food Scraps

For our customers within the Redmond city limits, yard debris curbside recycling is an annual subscription service. Please contact our customer service department for additional information regarding this subscription service.

How does it work?

Keep yard debris loose in roll cart, do not compact or bag any material. There is a 200 pound cart limit for yard debris carts. No plastic bags, including compostable, of any kind.

Acceptable Material

As of November 1, 2020 – City of Redmond customers can all food waste with yard debris.

Grass clippings, brush, weeds, plant prunings, pine needles, branches no larger than 2″ in diameter and 36″ in length.

Food scraps, including meat, dairy, produce, and bakery

Unacceptable Items

Rocks, sod, dirt, garbage, plastic bags of any kind, plastic wrap, plastic containers, produce stickers, processed or cooked fruits or vegetables, pet waste, food ware (paper plates, plastic cups/utensils), hoses, rakes, other gardening tools, compostable or biodegradable products.

Contamination

Help keep contaminants out and only include materials listed as acceptable.  Download our “Yard Debris and Food Scraps Guide” outlining what can and can’t go in the yard debris cart, along with some other helpful tips.

 

When is pick-up?

Collection will occur every other week on the same day your garbage is collected. Have your roll cart at the curb by 6:00 a.m. or the night before.

For customers within the City of Sisters, curbside yard debris is part of your overall garbage & recycling service. When you sign up for garbage service, you will receive a yard debris cart along with your recycling and garbage carts.  At this time, only raw vegetative waste is allowed with the yard debris.

Acceptable Items

Grass clippings, brush, weeds, plant prunings, pine needles, branches no larger than 2″ in diameter and 36″ in length. Raw fruit & vegetable scraps are also acceptable such as apple cores, banana peels, potato skins, zucchini, pumpkins, coffee grounds & filters, tea bags, etc.

High Country Disposal Service Area: Redmond, Terrebonne, Sisters, Black Butte Ranch and Camp Sherman.