The Treasury Office at City Hall will be closed on Monday, June 5 until 1 p.m. for a departmental meeting. During the closure payments can be placed in the drop box at City Hall or made online or by phone.
The City of Kalamazoo provides curbside waste and recycling services to every household in the city. These are funded by the Solid Waste Millage and are available at no additional cost to every city household. You can find each program's schedule and details on the pages below, or in the View from the Curb newsletter that is mailed to every household in the spring and fall.
Regular household trash service is not provided by the city and must be arranged privately.
Learn about Kalamazoo's recycling program, request a cart, or report a missed pickup.
Learn about the City of Kalamazoo's bulk trash program or report a missed pickup.
Learn about the City of Kalamazoo's seasonal brush program or report a missed pickup.
The City of Kalamazoo collects leaves at every household twice each fall (weather permitting).
The City of Kalamazoo helps residents clean up after winter with a special collection every April.
City residents can use Kalamazoo County's Household Hazardous Waste Center free of charge.
The City of Kalamazoo mails the View from the Curb newsletter twice a year to share program information with residents.
Look up which items are recyclable and get customized information in your browser or on your mobile device.
Kalamazoo residents can drop off EPS foam material for recycling during a series of events at Mayors' Riverfront Park.