Residential Refuse Removal
The City of Hickory Hills has a contract with Waste Management for residential and two-flat apartment refuse pick-up. Garbage must be placed in a 95-gallon container, which is provided by Waste Management. Additional containers can be obtained directly from Waste Management (a rental charge will apply). Yard waste labels can be affixed to containers no larger than 35-gallon capacity. These labels may be obtained at the City Hall. Business and multi-family buildings need to contract their own refuse company and they will need to be registered with the City.
Waste Management Yard Waste Pickup – April 1st – Nov 30th
Village Branch Pickup – April 1st – Oct 31st (weather pending)
You may contact the City Hall with any issues regarding refuse or recycling pick-up at (708) 598-4800.
All other inquiries regarding waste pick-up can be forwarded directly to Waste Management at: (800) 796-9696.
Recycling service takes place every week. Download a pick up schedule or pick one up at the City Hall. All households in Hickory Hills should have received one 95-gallon container for recycling. The recycling container should be placed at the curb every week. Click here to learn more about recycling. Click here to learn about common contaminants to keep out of your recycling bin.
Please note the following holidays are observed by Waste Management. If your pickup falls on one of these days your refuse will be picked up the next day:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
Illinois E-Waste Law
The Illinois Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act prohibits the mixing of municipal waste with electronic items.
At Your Door E-Waste Program
Residents with banned electronics (i.e. TVs, computers, VCR/DVD players, household hazardous waste including paint, oil, antifreeze) can have these materials collected. Visit the Waste Management At Your Door website or call 1-800-449-7587 (weekdays from 7:00 am – 7:00 pm) or via email email@example.com.
Waste Management Information
To learn more, visit the Waste Management website.