City of Laurel, Tri-Park Neighborhood Codes
and unwrapped garbage has visual and health impacts. To keep the
Tri-Park Neighborhood District clean, garbage must not be allowed to
accumulate in such a way as to create a fire, health or other safety
Trash shall be placed in garbage cans with tight fitting lids, plastic garbage bags or cardboard boxes.
Leaves, yard clilppings, pine straw,
tree branches, shrubbery, cardboard boxes and brush shall be piled
neagtly at the garbage site.
Discarded furniture, appliances with
doors removed, water heaters, mattresses, bed springs and other large
objects shall be kept in a place not visible from the street until
arrangements have been made with the city.
The garbage site shall be either in the alley or front street whichever the city determines.
Property owneers or occupants are responsible for maintaining the garbage collection area i a clean and neat manner.
A household shall not be allowed to have more than three (3) thirty (30) gallon containers of garbage per pick up day.
The city of Laurel will not pick up the following items:
- materials used in construction or repair of buildings
- materials from the demolition of buildings
- roof gutters
- explosive or inflammatory materials
- rubble, such as concrete, asphalt chunks, bricks or masonry
- sand and/or soil
- vehicle tires and vehicle bodies
Source: Standard Housing Code, 1997 Edition, Section 307.4 and Laurel Code of Ordinances, Chapter 22, Solid Waste