Residential trash collection is an essential service in every community. How that service is provided can take many forms. In Paradise Valley, the Town has historically issued licenses to trash hauling companies who then offer their services to Paradise Valley residents. Each resident, or Home Owner’s Association (HOA), enters into an individual contractual arrangement with that hauler for the service that includes the frequency, scope, and price.
In 2016, responding to resident feedback regarding the number and frequency of trash collection vehicles operating in Town, the Council adopted an ordinance regulating trash collection days, the age of vehicles, and the conditions of the trash bins. The Council further directed staff to issue a request for proposal for a single trash hauler solution to test the market. Proposals were submitted, Republic Services was selected as the preferred vendor, and a license agreement was negotiated. Now the Town Council would like to hear from you.
A public meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 6:30 PM to received public comment on the proposed license agreement. If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, you can watch live or a recording. You may also provide your comments any time by sending an email to email@example.com
The license agreement preserves a range of service options from which residents can choose.
Whether you subscribe for Basic Service or Standard Service, you may also request "walk-up service" in which the hauler will enter your property to retrieve and empty your bin(s) for an additional fee of $25 (basic) / $50 (standard) per month. Other additional services include:
Let us know what you think. Your comments and questions are welcomed at TrashFeedback@paradisevalleyaz.gov