Bulk Rubbish & Woodwaste Curbside Collection
Residential Bulk Rubbish Collection
The City provides free pickup of residential bulk rubbish. Residential bulk rubbish is defined as items which, by their size and shape, cannot be readily placed in City of Goodlettsville approved containers. Items are including but not limited to boxes, furniture, bedding, etc. These items must be placed at the street. All cardboard boxes, cartons, and crates shall be completely collapsed prior to being deposited for collection. We do encourage residents to recycle their cardboard boxes in the recycling container provided.
Call Customer Service at (615) 851-2200 to schedule pick up of your bulk rubbish item(s).
The City of Goodlettsville does not pick up chemicals or hazardous materials. The City does not pick up construction waste generated by contractors, tree trimmers, or persons doing work for profit or personal gain. The removal and disposal of such materials shall be the responsibility of the contractor, developer, or property owner.
Residential Brush Pick-Up Service
The City will have a crew running in each county on a monthly basis. There is no set schedule when pick up occurs on a specific street other than at least once a month (weather and quantity dependent). There is no need to call for service pick-up as trucks are running on a continual basis.
There is no additional cost for this pick-up service.
All brush (tree limbs, shrubbery and hedge trimmings) must be placed at curbside or street side adjacent to the front property line with the cut ends facing the street. Limb size may not exceed twelve (12) inches in diameter. All brush shall be neatly stacked in an un-scattered manner and shall not be placed on top of water / gas meters or valves, piled against utility poles or any item which could be damaged by collection equipment. The brush must be free of any debris (e.g., bagged yard waste, wire, plastic, concrete, metal, nails, etc.) in order to be picked up.
The City of Goodlettsville does not pick up yard waste generated or produced by contractors, tree trimmers, or persons doing work for profit or personal gain. The removal and disposal of such materials shall be the responsibility of the contractor, developer, or property owner.