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The Department of Public Works has experienced reduced staffing due to COVID-19 and other seasonal illnesses. In response the City has implemented a temporary service change to recycling and yard trimming materials only, to mitigate the impact while continuing to provide quality, efficient services to our valued residents.

The week of Monday, February 15, 2021, the Department of Public Works Office of Solid Waste Services, began to alternate the weeks of collection services for yard trimmings and recycling materialsXổ số Tây Ninh tuần trước.  

For at least the next 90 days: 

  • Recycling and yard trimmings will be collected every other week. (Recycling materials will be collected one week, and yard trimming materials will be collected the following week).
  • There are NO CHANGES to the Department’s other curbside collection programs, including solid waste and back yard collections. Residents should follow their normal schedule and place their material at the curb after 7:00 p.m., the night before their scheduled collection day.

  •  Extra recyclables will be collected at no extra charge to residents. Once your blue cart is full, place additional recyclables in reusable containers clearly marked "Recycling" next to your cart.
Yard trimmings can be dropped off at: 
2175 James Jackson Parkway, 
Atlanta, GA 30318 
Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 


Xổ số Tây Ninh tuần trướcDPW continues to strictly adhere to all  guidelines to protect against the virus and to maintain a healthy work environment for our team members, including enhanced cleanings of vehicles and facilities, washing hands frequently, practice social distancing and following the Mayor’s Executive Order to wear face masks and coverings.


Residents MUST still schedule bulk collections through ATL311, onlineXổ số Tây Ninh tuần trước or on our ATL Solid Waste mobile app, which can be downloaded on Google Play or through the Apple Play store.  


These items should NOT be discarded in curbside recycling or solid waste collections.  


  • Xổ số Tây Ninh tuần trướcComputers/Keyboards/Mouse 

  • Xổ số Tây Ninh tuần trướcPrinters/Cables/Circuit Boards  

  • Television/Lamps/Clocks  

  • Answering Machines/MP3/CD Players 

Hazardous Household Waste:

  • Xổ số Tây Ninh tuần trướcMotor oil/oil-based paints 

  • Mothballs/Flea Collars 

  • Xổ số Tây Ninh tuần trướcWeed Killers/Toxic Cleaners 

  • Batteries/Fluorescent Light Bulbs 

Residents are encouraged to take these items to the 
Services are available by appointment only. The facility is located at 1110 Hill Street SE., Atlanta, GA 30315. Please call 404-600-6386 to schedule an appointment.

For further updates, residents should call ATL311 at (404) 546-0311 or follow them on FB, Instagram, and Twitter. You can also follow DPW with the following handles:
@ATLPublicWorks on 
@ATLPublicWorks on  
Atlanta Public Works on 

Remember to sign up for schedule reminders and departmental updates or visit the Waste Wizard at

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The mission of the Department of Public Works is to enhance the quality of life by providing environmentally safe protections for the welfare of all citizens. DPW promotes livable, walkable, green and sustainable communities, and to support economic development through adherence of policies, goals, and objectives that achieve the Mayor's Vision for the City of Atlanta.



The vision of the Public Works Department (DPW) is to ensure environmental compliance, good working relationships, and high standards of professional management for the City of Atlanta. As an industry leader, the management and staff of DPW is committed to:

  • The improvement, protection and maintenance of the public right-of-way
  • To provide prompt, valuable and effective communications for all citizen’s inquiries and requests
  • To efficiently collect, recycle and dispose of all solid waste through a process that is most beneficial for the environment
  • To maintain all City of Atlanta vehicles and provide all departments with equipment vital to performing critical city services


  • Integrity: We model ethical behavior in our everyday responsibilities.
  • Teamwork: We work together to continuously improve the infrastructure of the City of Atlanta.
  • Innovation: We are driven by constant exploration for improvement in processes and policies.
  • Professionalism: We are experienced, proficient, and competent in our service to our citizens.

Office of the Commissioner 

The Office of the Commissioner provides leadership and direction for the overall management and operation of the Department Public Works. It provides support services for the management of departmental operations. These support services include human resource and labor relations; budget administration and management; monitoring of contracts, grants, and assessments; communications & community engagement; analysis of operations for improving effectiveness and efficiency; and coordination of legislative affairs for the department.  

Departmental News, Events & Information

Find out about community cleanups, recycling events and Public Works events open to the public. 

If you want to report a missed collection, schedule a bulk pickup, request a replacement bin or backyard service for seniors, visit  or call (404) 546-0311.

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Office of Solid Waste Services

The Office of Solid Waste Services is responsible for the collection and disposal management of solid waste within the City of Atlanta. This office is responsible for waste reduction & The Recycling Program; landfill post-closure management; solid waste management and analysis; education and enforcement (S.W.E.E.T.); street sweeping and cleaning; dead animal removal; facilitating The Keep Atlanta Beautiful Program; and assisting with city-wide emergency operations.

Solid Waste Rate Adjustments

Solid Waste Rates Adjustments FAQs

Residential Solid Waste Service Enhancements

Letter to Commercial Property Owners

Office of Fleet Services

The Office of Fleet Services is responsible for the acquisition, maintenance and disposal of the City of Atlanta’s motorized equipment fleet of 4,673 units and 756 components, totaling over 5,429 pieces. This Office is also responsible for the purchasing and dispensing of over three million gallons of fuel annually. Additionally, this office partners with other City departments in the delivery of critical City services.


Contact Information

City of Atlanta
Department of Public Works

55 Trinity Avenue, SW
Suite 4700
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Tel: 404.330.6240
Fax: 404.658.7552

Customer Service
Tel: 311 (Metro Atlanta area only) or 404.546.0311

Office of the Commissioner
Al Wiggins, Jr.

Keith Robinson
Interim Deputy Commissioner

Office of Solid Waste Services            Gayla Dodson                            Program Management Officer    Email:   

Office of Fleet Services
Lance Brooks 
Deputy Program Management Officer
Tel: 404.622.7681

Office of Communications
Antoinette Govan
Director of Communications

Keep Atlanta Beautiful Commission   Kanika Greenlee
Executive Director                            Email:
Tel: 404.330.6240
Fax: 404.658.7552

Water & Sewer Issues 
For issues related to water and sewer, please dial 3-1-1 (Metro Atlanta area only) or 404.546.0311 or visit .

NOTE: For garbage collection, or to receive a trash bin, dial 3-1-1.

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