Trash Service

Hyland Greens residents are responsible for setting up and paying for their own trash service. You may use any provider licensed to operate in the City of Westminster (listed below).

However, the HOA has negotiated a voluntary opt in group discount through Waste Connections in order to help cut down costs for those residents who wish to participate. Weekly trash pick-up and biweekly recycling pickup is included.

Those wishing to opt in to the voluntary group trash provider may opt in once per year in November with services starting in December. The current rate is $143.60 per year paid annually.

Waste Connections Trash Limits and Schedule

Trash pickup is every Monday and must be curbside by 7am.

If your recycling or trash is not picked up on its designated day, please call Waste Connections at (720) 322-0500 and reference the community account number 353131.

One 96 gallon container is provided free of charge (if requested).

A household is allowed to dispose of (weekly) two (2) 96 gallon containers and 3 bundles of branches or one (1) 96 gallon container, 5 bags of trash and 3 bundles of branches.

Single stream recycling is picked up bi-weekly (provide your own containers). You can view the recycling calendar by clicking here or downloading it here.

Waste Connections does provide large item pickup for an additional cost paid directly to them. Contact Waste Connections to inquire about this and to schedule a pickup of a large item if necessary by calling (720) 322-0500, opt 3 for residential service. Please advise them that you are a Hyland Greens resident so they can locate your information.

City of Westminster Licensed Trash Contractors

City of Westminster provides a list of available trash contractors who are eligible to collect trash for city residents.

Recycling

Recycling services are provide every 2 weeks with the HOA trash service. If you have additional recycling you can also use the City of Westminster Recycling Drop-Off sites.

For recycling of plastic films and bags, all area grocery stores offer plastic film recycling.

Click here to learn about what you can and can’t recycle.

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