Refuse/Recyling/Yard Waste


Yard Waste

Household Hazardous Waste


2022 Holiday Collection Schedule

Memorial Day: Garbage and Recycling are delayed 1 day, (pick up on Wednesday, June 1, 2022).

Fourth of July: Garbage and Recycling are delayed 1 day, (pick up on Wednesday, July 6, 2022).

Labor Day: Garbage and Recycling are delayed 1 day, (pick up on Wednesday, September 7, 2022).

**All other pickups are on Tuesday as scheduled.

Christmas Tree Collection

Curbside Christmas tree pick-up is provided by the city of Maumee and is scheduled for the month of January. Your tree should be stripped of ALL decorations and put out on Sunday evenings.

Tree bags are required to be removed prior to collection.

Chippable Yard Waste

2023 Schedule (see below)

This collection is for CHIPPABLE MATERIAL ONLY. NO yard waste bags or non-chippable material (leaves, grass, garden waste, weeds, etc.) will be collected as part of this program. The chippable material must be bundled and tied in four-foot (4’) lengths, no more than two feet (2’) in diameter and weigh no more than forty (40) pounds. IF other items such as ornamental grasses, weeds, sod, or leaves are mixed in the brush pile, everything will be left, and the homeowner will be responsible for removal of all items. Pick up is weather dependent and may cause adjustments to the end date.

Multiple Item/Unlimited Pickup

There is not a multiple item/unlimited pickup scheduled.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact council members directly at

Fall Leaf Pick Up

The 2022 leaf collection for Maumee residents will begin the week of October 17 in District A, B & C. The City is divided into four districts. If there is a significant drop prior to the posted schedule, the City may begin work earlier.

On-street parking and portable basketball hoops cause problems in collecting leaves. Please avoid parking on the street and move your basketball hoop to your driveway when your district is scheduled for collection.

During the leaf collection season, leaves, NOT grass or sticks, should be placed behind the curb or just off the edge of the pavement on uncurbed streets, within six (6) feet of the pavement, in front of your own property, by the Sunday before the district’s pick-up week. Property owners must obtain another property owners permission to deposit leaves on adjacent property. It may take two passes to pick up all the leaves.

Do not place leaves on the pavement as they could block and plug sewers.


All dates are approximate and subject to change.

Leaves put out after final clean-up will not be picked up and the homeowner will be responsible for removal.