All solid waste facilities in Clay County, including Rosemary Hill, will be closed on Saturday, Dec. 24 and Sunday, Dec. 25, County Environmental Services announced Thursday.
The closures are to allow for Environmental Service Employees to be with their families during the holiday weekend, they said in a Facebook post.
All facilities will reopen Monday, Dec. 26.
Curbside collection of recyclables resumed Monday, Dec. 5, for the unincorporated areas of Clay County and the City of Keystone Heights.
Residents need two separate recycling bins at their homes, one for dry paper products such as newspapers, books, junk mail, shredded paper and flattened corrugated cardboard cut into 2’ x 3’ pieces; the second bin is for rinsed containers including plastic and glass bottles and jars, aluminum and steel cans, and cartons and juice boxes.
Curbside recycling will be picked up on the same day as residents’ yard waste pick-up.
Click here to find residential recycling collection pick-up dates, or select “Curbside Collection” from the County Environmental Services home page at “Garbage and Recycling” under the “Community tab.”
Residents can also file reports or receive alerts through the new Clay County platform and mobile device application, Clay Connected.
Residents should contact Environmental Services at 904-284-6374 if they do not know their scheduled curbside pick-up service dates.