Environmental Services

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If you live in the City of Warren, the Environmental Services Department (formerly known as Sanitation) is honored to take care of all your refuse collection needs. If you live outside the City of Warren but have Warren City water, it would be our privilege to provide your refuse collection service. Our staff is professional and courteous. Our prices are the best in the area. We have residential service as well as commercial dumpsters and roll-off boxes to rent.

For most recycling needs, please see the Geauga-Trumbull Waste Management District website.

Refuse Collection and Holidays

Please see our "Residential Collection Schedule and Rules" page for in-depth information on which holidays delay refuse collection and which do not.

Department Announcements

Roll off dumpsters are available.  See Commercial Collection Services.

To view the Roll Off Dumpster Information Flyer, CLICK HERE.

Leaf Disposal & Tire Drop Off:

Curbside leaf collection will begin Monday, October 28, 2024 and run through Thursday, November 29, 2024. No leaves will be picked up prior to October 28, 2024 or after December 2, 2024.


Any resident wishing to dispose of leaves at the Environmental Services Department can do so Monday through Thursday between the hours of 7:30 am and 2:00 pm. through December 8, 2024. No branches, shrubs, trees, etc. will be accepted.

  • Leaves must be in biodegradable paper yard bags. Please do not put anything other than leaves in the biodegradable bags.
  • Bags should NOT be closed using tape or twist tied
  • Leaves in any other type of bag, box etc. will not be picked up.
  • Biodegradable bags are available at many local stores; including hardware, grocery and drug.


N.W. SIDE - leaf bags will be picked up on Mondays
N.E. SIDE - leaf bags will be picked up on Tuesdays
S.E. SIDE - leaf bags will be picked up on Wednesdays
S.W. SIDE - leaf bags will be picked up on Thursdays


City of Warren residents may drop off four (4) tires per household, per month between April 1, 2024 and October 30, 2024.
Drop off hours are Monday through Friday between 7:00 am – 1:00 pm. Proper proof of residency is required.

Electronics will no longer be picked up curbside

The City of Warren Environmental Services Department will no longer pick up electronic items at the curb. Residents are encouraged to dispose of electronic items at the Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste Management Facility at 5138 Enterprise Boulevard. Please see this flyer for their waste drop-off schedule.

Construction and Demolition Debris

City of Warren will not collect construction debris at the curb. Owner or occupant shall be responsible for removal and disposal. Roll-off boxes are available for rent by the Environmental Services Department and other waste haulers for use in disposing construction material.

Definition of "Construction and Demolition Debris"

According to ORC 3714.10(C):

"Construction and demolition debris" means those materials resulting from the alteration, construction, destruction, rehabilitation, or repair of any physical structure that is built by humans, including, without limitation, houses, buildings, industrial or commercial facilities, or roadways. "Construction and demolition debris" includes particles and dust created during demolition activities. "Construction and demolition debris" does not include materials identified or listed as solid wastes or hazardous waste pursuant to Chapter 3734 of the Revised Code and rules adopted under it; materials from mining operations, nontoxic fly ash, spent nontoxic foundry sand, and slag; or reinforced or non-reinforced concrete, asphalt, building or paving brick, or building or paving stone that is stored for a period of less than two years for recycling into a usable construction material."

Guidelines for Curbside Mattress Pickup

The Warren City Health District has issued guidelines for curbside mattress pickup. If you wish to leave a mattress at the curbside for garbage collection, please be aware of the following:

All mattresses placed at curbside must be plastic wrapped. The easiest and most economical method is to use disposable drop cloths, which can be purchased at any hardware or big box store. Please tape the plastic securely with strong tape so the entire mattress is covered.

Mattress Bags Now Available

The Environmental Services department now sells mattress bags to cover your mattresses so that they can be picked up. There are 2 sizes, queen and king. A queen size bag will hold 2 twin mattresses. They are $5.00 per bag. Please call 330-841-2561 to request mattress bags, or you can come to the office at 642 S. Park Ave. from 7:00 am until 1:00 pm to pick them up.

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