August 30th, 2011 by Sean Keeley
Seattle garbage, food and yard waste and recycling collections will be on normal schedule for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5. Seattle Public Utilities customers should place their containers out for collection by 7 a.m. to ensure collection.
The City of Seattle’s North & South Recycling and Disposal stations will be open during their regular business hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The North Recycling and Disposal Station is located at 1350 N. 34th St. in the Fremont/Wallingford area.
Customers can report a missed garbage, yard waste or recycling collection after 6 p.m. on the day it was missed by visiting the On-line Missed Collection form available on SPU’s web site, at: www.seattle.gov/util/Services/Garbage, or by calling 206-684-3000 then next business day.
Tags: garbage, labor day, north recycling and disposal station, seattle public utilties
May 12th, 2010 by Athima Chansanchai
Our sister site, My Wallingford, reported this today:
If you live or work near the North Recycling and Disposal Station (NRDS) and have concerns about traffic in the area, show up at a community meeting tomorrow night to let Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) hear your experiences.
Bill Benzer, who’s project manager for the SRDS rebuild slated to start in 2012, told us that he has been hearing from stakeholders in the community about current traffic issues and wanted to get neighbors and SDOT together to share information.
Residents around the North Recycling and Disposal Station have complained of drivers using residential streets instead of arterials and speeding.
Here are details about the meeting, which will take place Thursday, May 13, at 6:30 PM at the Hamilton Middle School Library, located at 4400 Interlake Ave N (former Lincoln High School):
At this meeting, you will have an opportunity to:
- Share your questions or concerns related to NRDS traffic on Interlake, Ashworth, Carr Place, and Woodlawn Avenues North with representatives from Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) and the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT).
- Learn more about the city’s neighborhood traffic calming program and first steps for identifying problems, common strategies the City uses to deal with different traffic issues on neighborhood streets, what is required to implement these solutions, and what you can do.
For more information about this project or the community meeting:
- You can call or e-mail Bill Benzer, the NRDS project manager, at (206) 684-7845 or Bill.Benzer@seattle.gov
- You can learn more about traffic calming at SDOT’s website
- You can learn more about what is proposed for the North Recycling and Disposal Station at the NRDS project website
Even if you don’t live near the transfer station, this is a good opportunity to learn about the traffic-calming measures available to the neighborhood.
Tags: dump, garbage, recycling, traffic, transfer station, trash
April 30th, 2010 by Athima Chansanchai
Fremonters (or is Fremonsters?):
If you feel like doing some spring cleaning tomorrow (May 1) for the good of your neighborhood, show up ready to work anytime between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. at the Powerhouse (Fremont Ave. north of 36th St.) for an Adopt-a-Street clean-up of Fremont Ave. and other parts of Fremont.
Bags, gloves and trash grabbers will be provided.
Tags: adopt-a-street, clean-up, garbage