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The city does not have a landfill. Rumpke, the city’s contracted trash hauler, operates a landfill.
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The Public Works Division may be contacted at 513-428-0195 for all street and right-of-way repairs.
Brush and limbs can be tied into bundles not more than two-feet by four-feet and set out for Rumpke to pick up on your regular trash collection day. The Trenton Public Works Department will remove storm-damaged limbs and debris only. Limbs must be placed curb side so that Public Works Crews can access them.
The City contracts with Rumpke to provide this service for Trenton residents. Please contact the City Building at 513-988-6305 for questions regarding trash collection and scheduling.
The City conducts a leaf collection program for residents each fall between the second half of October through the end of December. Leaves should be placed in narrow rows or small piles in the curb, so that the Street Sweeper can clean them up. Residents who choose not to participate in this program may put their leaves in biodegradable bags for pickup by Rumpke on your regular trash collection day.
Yes, the property owner is responsible for the removal of snow and ice from sidewalks during inclement weather within the first four hours after daylight following or during a fall of snow. The treatment of sidewalks by residents helps school children and other pedestrians reach their destinations and avoid the dangers of adverse weather conditions. Each homeowner is also required to clear a pathway to and from their mailboxes so that your mail carriers may access your mailbox unobstructed. If they cannot drive up to your mailbox without leaving their vehicle, they may not deliver your mail that day. You can find information about our snow removal program.
You can report a streetlight issue using the methods described on our Streetlight page.
Appliances should be placed at the curbside on your regular trash pick-up day. If disposing of an appliance containing refrigerants, such as a refrigerator, freezer, or air conditioning unit, the refrigerant must be removed by a heating and air conditioning contractor prior to placing the item at the curbside for pick up. Special arrangements should be made prior to pick. Please contact Rumpke at 513-742-2900 to schedule for large appliance removal.
Furniture should be tightly wrapped in clear plastic shrink wrap and placed curbside for pick up. Special arrangements should be made prior to pick. Please contact Rumpke at 513-742-2900 to schedule for large furniture removal.
Public Works crews will inspect, clean, repair, and replace damaged structural storm sewer components that are located within the public right-of-way or public drainage easements. Such components would include curb inlets, catch basins, culverts, headwalls, and storm sewer pipe segments. For additional information about the City’s stormwater quality management program and storm sewer maintenance, please visit our stormwater quality management program page which will be coming soon.
The City’s Public Works Division at 513-428-0195 maintains storm sewers. Storm sewers are identified as the large grates in streets and near curbs.
The City’s Public Works Division will remove dead animals in the roadway. Call the Police Department at their non-emergency number 513-988-6341 and report the issue. They will determine if Public Works needs to be contacted. Removal of dead animals from private property is the responsibility of the property owner. Your veterinarian can help you with a referral.
To report a leaking or otherwise defective fire hydrant, contact the City of Trenton Public Works Division at 513-988-6304 or 513-428-0195.
To report a potential water main break or service line leak within the Right-of-Way, contact the City Building at 513-988-6304 during normal business hours. Please contact the Police Department’s non-emergency number, 513-988-6341 after hours.