The City of Austin is conducting the semi-annual bulk collection in our area. If you find yourself thinking about kicking that old TV to the curb, please consider recycling it instead. Goodwill does take electronics – list of items Goodwill can and cannot accept
You can find additional recycling sites by following these links:
Details on bulk collection
Per the city’s bulk collection page and schedule page
Bulk Items Include:
- Appliances (remove doors)
- Passenger car tires (remove rims; limit eight tires per household)
- Lawn mowers (remove gas/oil)
- Railroad ties (cut in half)
- Rolled fencing
- Nail-free lumber
Bulk Item Collection Crews Cannot Collect:
- Brush, household trash, cardboard boxes, hazardous materials, mirrors, automotive chassis and bodies, motorcycles, trailers, boats and tires that are still mounted on rims
- Sheet glass and other construction and remodeling debris
Separate Items into Three Piles
- Metal items – Includes appliances (remove doors). These are taken to our Resource Recovery Center for recycling
- Passenger car tires – Rims must be removed. Limit of eight tires per household. We cannot collect truck or tractor tires. Tires will go to a tire recycling facility
- Non-metal items – Includes carpeting and nail-free lumber. These items go to a landfill. Austin Resource Recovery is working on plans to salvage reusable items from bulk collection to help meet the City of Austin’s Zero Waste goal
CodeNEXT, the new City guide for future zoning and development in Austin, has been recently unveiled. District 7 Council Member Pool’s staff are holding a meeting on May 9 at the Milwood Library starting at 6:30 PM for the northern part of District 7 to discuss CodeNEXT and answer questions.
Link to Council Member Pool’s email about CodeNext (it contains the same links that are listed below and more).
Please review the information in the links below to learn about CodeNEXT and how it affects this part of Austin, and attend the May 9 meeting to ask questions and provide feedback.
This information was provided by the neighborhood’s police contact Officer Michael Whetston via Nextdoor.
Please come out for the Region II (Adam Sector) 2nd Quarter Commander’s Forum.The forum will be held at Lakeline Mall, located at 11200 Lakeline Mall Dr., (map) on April 14, 2015 at 6:30 pm. The space where the forum will be held is on the upper level across from the movie theater’s main entrance. Come and meet our new Region 2 Support Lieutenant, Lt. Kevin Leverenz, and new District Representative, Officer Frank Creasey. We hope to see you there and bring a friend!
Home page for Region 2 district representative, includes Police contact information and other area meetings: austintexas.gov/page/district-representatives-region-2
Home page for all Austin Police commanders’ forums www.austintexas.gov/department/commanders-forum
Northwood and nearby neighborhoods are in District 7; several candidates would like to represent us. www.austindistrict7.org/, which is run by District 7 residents unaffiliated with any candidate, has information on all of the candidates, issues, events (campaign kickoffs and more).
Not sure of your district? Type your address here: austintexas.gov/GIS/CouncilDistrictMap/