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Posted on: November 20, 2020

[ARCHIVED] City of Victoria closings for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving meal with turkey, stuffing and traditional sides.

All nonemergency city offices, including the Victoria Public Library, will close Thursday, Nov. 26, and Friday, Nov. 27, for the Thanksgiving holidays. 

Holiday schedule for Environmental Services pickup:

Garbage normally collected on Thursday will be picked up on Wednesday, Nov. 25.

Yard waste and recycling normally collected on Thursday will be picked up on Saturday, Nov. 28.

Regular Friday routes will be collected on Nov. 27.

Residents are reminded to always leave at least 5 feet of clearance between the cart and other obstacles, including additional carts, to accommodate the automated pickup system.

The landfill and brush sites will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 26. 

For more information about Environmental Services collections, contact the City’s Solid Waste department at 361-485-3220.

Holiday schedule for automated garbage, curbside recycling, and yard waste collection:

Day of Trash PickupAutomated CollectionCurbside RecyclingYard Waste
Wednesday, Nov. 25Garbage will be collected for residents with Thursday routesNormal collectionNormal collection
Thursday, Nov. 26No garbage will be collected; collection moved to Wednesday, Nov. 25No recycling collected; recycling collection moved to Saturday, Nov. 28No yard waste collection; yard waste collection moved to Saturday, Nov. 28
Friday, Nov. 27Normal collection as scheduledNormal collection as scheduledNormal collection as scheduled


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