Check the map below or click here for an interactive version to find your collection day.
On City of Santa Fe-observed holidays, there will be no residential trash and recycling collection. The collection scheduled for a holiday will move to the next day of the week, and any of the remaining collection days move forward as well (depending on what day the holiday falls on).
- 2023 Holiday Example 1: City offices will be closed on Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day. There will be no residential trash and recycling collection on Monday, May 29. Monday’s collection will move to Tuesday, Tuesday’s will move to Wednesday, Wednesday’s will move to Thursday, and the Operators will work on Friday of that week to collect the Thursday routes.
- 2023 Holiday Example 2: Thanksgiving Day will be observed Thursday, November 23. ESD Operators would work on Friday to collect Thursday’s routes; no other routes that week would be affected.
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Residential Schedule FAQ
What days will trash and recycling be collected?
The normal collection days are Monday-Thursday, except weeks in which a City-observed holiday occurs. A special holiday schedule will be implemented during those weeks.
How do I find my trash pickup day?
Check the map above or visit the interactive website to search for your specific address.
What time do I need to have my carts out for collection?
Carts must be placed curbside no later than 7 a.m. on your pickup day.
What if my trash day falls on a holiday?
If your trash day falls on a holiday, there will be no collection. Your collection moves to the next day of the week, and any of the remaining collection days move forward as well (depending on what day the holiday falls on). See the graphic above for a visual of how this works!
How can I keep track of holidays and schedule changes?
We have a free app, Recycle Coach, that allows you to view your schedule and get notifications about upcoming schedule changes for holidays. The City of Santa Fe will also send out reminders with their holiday closure emails.