- Municipal Services
- Residential Curbside Collection
Residential Curbside Collection
Beginning October 1, 2022, curbside residential collection will increase by $0.73 for a total of $25.02 per month and multi-family dwelling units will increase by $0.44 for a total of $15.14 per month. Customers will see these changes on their bi-monthly water bills.
Residential curbside collection includes garbage, recycling, vegetation and bulk item pickup. The weekly pickup schedule below is for residents in Areas 1-4. If you are unsure of your area, please see the City of Boca Raton Sanitation Collection Map below.
Sanitation service days are subject to change during specific holidays. Learn more about the Holiday Sanitation Schedule.
Weekly Pickup Schedule
|Area Number||Waste Type||Collection|
|Area 1||Garbage||Monday & Thursday|
|Area 1||Recycling, Vegetation & Bulk||Monday|
|Area 2||Garbage||Tuesday & Friday|
|Area 2||Recycling, Vegetation & Bulk||Tuesday|
|Area 3||Garbage||Monday & Thursday|
|Area 3||Recycling, Vegetation & Bulk||Thursday|
|Area 4||Garbage||Tuesday & Friday|
|Area 4||Recycling, Vegetation & Bulk||Friday|
City of Boca Raton Sanitation Collection Map
|Collection Map Landmark Location||Landmark Identity|
|A||SPANISH RIVER LIBRARY|
|B||BOCA RATON AIRPORT|
|C||FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY|
|D||MUNICIPAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT|
(recycling bins available in building A)
|E||UTILITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT|
|F||BOCA RATON REGIONAL HOSPITAL|
|G||BOCA RATON CITY HALL|
Please Help Keep Our Waterways Clean
- Never dispose of any type of waste, especially household hazardous waste, into a storm drain or canal.
- Our canals and waterways provide flood control. Never toss vegetation into our storm drains or canals, as it could restrict its ability to discharge stormwater and can cause flooding. Also, the decaying process causes oxygen depletion in the water and could result in loss of marine life. Dumping vegetative waste into a canal is against the City of Boca Raton's Code of Ordinances and you could receive a code violation and be fined.
- It only takes 1 gallon of oil - the amount of a typical oil change - to foul 1 million gallons of water.
- Use less fertilizer for your lawn, your wallet and our waterways!
For more information on how to keep our waterways clean, please visit Stormwater Management.