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Trash and recycling cans should be placed curbside (with wheels facing the house) three-to-four feet away from all obstacles.
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Utility payments for water usage (a variable rate) and solid waste (a fixed rate) are due on the 30th of each month and may be paid (1) in-person at Town Hall, (2) at the dropbox across the street from Town Hall on The Mall, (3) via mail to Town Hall, (4) over the phone, (5) online with a credit card, or (6) through Belleair Auto-Pay. We accept cash, checks (made out to the Town of Belleair), and credit cards (with a 3.00% fee added to card payments). Late fees start at $10.00 for bills not paid-in-full by the due date. View a breakdown of the town’s utility rates and fees.
If we miss your pickup, please call the Solid Waste Department at 727-588-3795. In most cases, we can arrange for same day collection.
In most cases, these can be picked up by scheduling a special pickup with the Solid Waste Department at 727-588-3795.
Please contact the Solid Waste Department at 727-588-3795 and we will be happy to make collection arrangements to meet your needs.
All recycling is contracted by the City of Clearwater and the whole town is collected on Thursdays. Please place your barrel at the curb no later than 7:00 am on Thursday morning and remove it from the curb by 7:00 pm on Thursday evening.
Hazardous waste including household and ni-cad (nickel cadmium) batteries, oil-based paint, paint thinners, paint removers, and solvents can be taken to the County’s Household Chemical Collection Center & Swap Shop (HEC3) at 2855 109th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33716. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm and Saturday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. Call (727) 464-7500 for information. You can view more information on the County’s website: http://www.pinellascounty.org/solidwaste/swapshop.htm
"Sharps" are items having the potential to puncture or lacerate. These include syringes with attached needles and disposable lancets. A free, voluntary sharps exchange program is offered by Pinellas County, the Florida Department of Health, and 12 local hospitals. Call the DOH Environmental Health Division at (727) 588-4032 for information and a brochure which includes a list of 15 exchange sites. Visit a participating site and ask for an approved sharps container and instructions on use. When the container is full of discarded syringes, seal it as instructed and return it to one of the exchange sites for safe disposal.
Both the regular and holiday trash schedules can be found on the Town website at www.townofbelleair.com/trashschedule. You can contact the Solid Waste Department at 727-588-3795 to discuss your schedule with our staff.
Residents are required to supply their own trash bins, which must be no larger than 33 gallons each (with a limit of 6 bins per pickup). Recycling bins are provided to each household at no charge and are the dark greens bins with the town seal.
The Town of Belleair proudly partners with the City of Clearwater for weekly curbside recycling on Thursdays. Our recycling system is commonly referred to as “single-stream” since all recyclables can be placed in a single container.