Hurricane Matthew Debris Removal:
The City of Palm Bay's disaster debris removal contractor will begin debris removal on City maintained roads in response to Hurricane Matthew on October 17, 2016. Residents are urged to bring as much Hurricane Matthew-related debris to the curb as soon as possible, and to separate piles by type. More Info
The City of Palm Bay transitioned to an automated cart program on October 1, 2010. Each residential customer receives a 64-gallon cart for garbage (teal lid) and one 64-gallon cart for single stream recycling (yellow lid). Garbage, recycling and yard waste will be collected once weekly as part of your regular collection service. In alignment with the established statewide recycling goal of 75% by the year 2020, the City of Palm Bay in partnership with Waste Management strive to reduce the amount of household waste by recycling. However, residential customers can rent an additional cart by contacting Customer Service for $0.50 per month per cart.
Residents will get just one bill from Palm Bay Utilities for the following services:
- Water/Sewer Services (if applicable)
- Solid Waste Services
- Stormwater Utility
Note - Commercial & Multi-Family Residential Properties: Waste Management is responsible for billing commercial properties and other multi-family residential properties (apartment homes, etc.).
For Billing & Account Inquiries contact Customer Service at email@example.com or 321.952.3420.
For Issues Related to Solid Waste Pick-Up or to Schedule Pick-Ups, please contact Waste Management at firstname.lastname@example.org or 321.723.4455.
Additional Solid Waste / Recycling Information:
- Construction & Demolition Debris Collection
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Holiday Collection Schedule
- Solid Waste Rates
- Yard Waste / Composting