---SEPT. 6, 8:38 a.m. UPDATE---
All sanitation and recycling collections have returned to their normal collection schedule. Please visit cstx.gov/mywaste to confirm your collection schedule.
- - - AUG. 28, 2:35 p.m. UPDATE - - -
Bulky, brush, commercial compactor and commercial roll-off collections will be collected the day after your scheduled collection day. Recycling will resume next week (weather permitting) and operate on normal collection schedule.
- - - AUG. 28, 12:35 p.m. UPDATE - - -
Residential garbage collection, commercial automated garbage and commercial front-end load garbage will be collected the day after your scheduled collection day.
REVISED SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK:
If your regularly scheduled garbage collection day is today (Monday), it will be collected tomorrow (Tuesday).
Tuesday on Wednesday
Wednesday on Thursday
Thursday on Friday
Friday on Saturday
Place your garbage container at the curb by 8 a.m. at least 4 feet away from fixed objects. Please do not pile trash on or around your container. Additionally, containers should be placed 1-2 feet away from the curb, in your driveway or on higher grounds (above curb) to avoid losing your container to potential rushing waters.
Recycling, bulky, brush, commercial compactor and commercial roll-off are still being postponed until further notice. Commercial customers in need of an emergency collection can call Public Works at 979-764-3690.?
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City of College Station offices will be closed Monday, Aug. 28. Employees whose work involves essential services should contact their supervisor to determine if they must report for duty.
Municipal Court, Utility Customer Service, Lincoln Recreation Center and Southwood Community Center will also be closed. Outdoor recreational facilities and parks (including Wolf Pen Creek Park) are closed until further notice. Electric, water and wastewater issues should be reported to 855.528.4278.
Click here for the latest list of road closures from the CEOC for Brazos County, Bryan and College Station.
If you or someone you know need shelter information or assistance, dial 2-1-1.
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Brazos County Community Emergency Operations Center (CEOC)