Refuse Removal Services
Refuse / Recycling Service Program
North Canton residents can sign up for curbside garbage/recycling service at the Utility Billing Department at the North Canton City Hall. Garbage service includes both refuse and recycling pickup each week. Two bins (dark green for refuse, bright green for recycling) are provided to each resident or business signing up for garbage service.
Please have your refuse and recyclables curbside by 6 a.m. on your regular trash pickup day, approximately 3 feet away from your regular trash with the lid opening facing the street.
If you still need a bright green heavy-duty recycle cart call the Utility Desk at 330-499-8223 option 2 for more information.
No trash container or bag of trash will be picked up if it weighs more than 50 pounds.
Items such as:
- Gutter and down spouts, must be cut to 36 inches or less, bundled, and weigh less than 50 pounds.
- Swing sets
- Tree limbs
These items can also go curbside on your regular pickup day.
Unacceptable Pickup Items
Please note that there is no pickup for the following items:
- Any inflammable and/or combustible materials or hazardous waste
- Auto parts
- Construction materials
- Demolition materials
- Gas cans
- Lawn mowers
For a list of acceptable and unacceptable items to recycle, click here.
- Clean, rinse and drain all containers
- Do not break glass
- Labels do not need to be removed
- Remove and discard all caps and lids
When recycling cardboard, please cut down cardboard to the size of your recycling bin or 2 feet by 2 feet.
For more information on curbside recycling visit the Stark-Tuscarawas-Wayne Counties Recycling District Website.
Christmas Tree Disposal
The City of North Canton will offer free Christmas Tree pickup service to all residents of the City of North Canton who are on the City refuse pickup program.
All Christmas Trees should be at the curb by 6 a.m. on your regular trash pickup day. Cut the tops off the trees if they are over six foot.
Household batteries are no longer accepted at City Hall. According to Stark-Tuscarawas-Wayne Recycling District, all alkaline batteries are non-hazardous and may be disposed of in your trash. You may take your other household non-rechargeable/rechargeable batteries to a participating Home Depot or Lowes. Check call2recycle.org for a more specific list of what they accept.
For information about hazardous waste removal, contact the Stark-Tuscarawas-Wayne Joint Solid Waste Management District at 800-678-9839.