The City of Frankfort Solid Waste Division provides reliable waste management solutions through residential curbside collection and a variety of specialized services. The department works proactively to reduce waste and to increase recycling in the city.
Residential curbside services are available within city limits only. View the City Interactive Map to see the city limits (black dashed line).
This fall's Household Hazardous Waste collection event will occur on Saturday, October 16th!! Click Here for additional information regarding time, location and materials.
Leaf Season is upon us! Click here for the rules and schedule for the 2021 leaf pickup.
The city of Frankfort has launched a new mobile app! Find address-based information about recycling and proper disposal, or sign up for alerts and reminders.
Having trouble ordering City overflow bags using Clicklist? Click here for easy to follow instructions. Note that each roll contains 6 bags.
The city of frankfort has a drop off location for paper recycling. click here for additional information.
To ensure that the city of Frankfort is safe and clean for everyone, it is important to always practice proper use of your recycle cart. click here for more information regarding items to avoid placing in your cart. Thank you!
Learn more about partnerships between the Solid Waste Division and Franklin County.
If a dumpster or pod is placed within the city right-of-way, it must be permitted with the City of Frankfort.
The City of Frankfort Solid Waste Department provides a free electronic recycle service to Franklin County residents, non-profit organizations, or local businesses.
View a map of the Frankfort Historic District boundaries.
The City of Frankfort will provide recycling service to non-profit organizations and businesses located in the downtown Renaissance District.
Solid Waste Division staff are available to speak to schools, civic groups, neighborhood associations, or scout troops about solid waste issues.
The City of Frankfort provides garbage and recycling collection services for residents.
Kentucky is moving to a single-stream recycling system that will involve changes in the way we collect and separate recyclables.
Read the division mission, vision, and values.