Garbage, recycling and yard waste Rabanco/Allied Waste and Waste Management customers: If you want to set out extra yard waste or garbage...
Garbage, recycling and yard waste
Rabanco/Allied Waste and Waste Management customers: If you want to set out extra yard waste or garbage for pickup, you’ll be charged an additional fee — an estimated $3 to $8 for a 32-gallon can or bag, depending on where you live.
• If you live in Seattle, the city will collect extra storm-related yard debris at no charge through the end of December, even if you’re not a regular subscriber. Tree debris must be less than 6 feet in length and less than 4 inches in diameter.
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For help with larger volumes that can’t be set out with waste containers, call the city’s Adopt-a-Street: 206-684-7647.
• Bellevue residents can take storm-related yard debris to Pacific Topsoils (1733 127th Ave. N.E.) through Jan. 14. Hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. today and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Christmas Eve. Closed on holidays. For more hours and details go to www.ci.bellevue.wa.us/5654.htm or call 425-452-6932. For free service, show proof of Bellevue residency.
• Kirkland residents can take tree debris to Juanita Beach Park (9703 N.E. Juanita Drive) and Crestwoods Park (1818 Sixth St.) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Dec. 30. Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Details: www.ci.kirkland.wa.us.
• For more drop-off sites, go towww.metrokc.gov/dnrp/swd.
If you’re outside these areas, check with your city or the companies below:
• Rabanco/Allied Waste: 425-646-2400; www.rabanco.com
• Waste Management: 800-592-9995; www.wmnorthwest.com/washington.html
• King County: Most stations are operating. For details, see www.metrokc.gov/dnrp/swd/facilities/transfer.asp
• Snohomish County: All transfer stations are operating. For details, see www1.co.snohomish.wa.us/Departments/Public_Works/Divisions/SolidWastePierce County: Call 253-798-4115 or go to www.piercecountywa.org/solidwaste.
King and Snohomish counties recommend taking storm-related wood debris (stumps and tree limbs) to private recycling processors to save time and money. See the Web sites for lists of businesses accepting wood debris for recycling:
• King County: www.metrokc.gov/dnrp/swd/facilities/transfer.asp
• Snohomish County: www1.co.snohomish.wa.us/Departments/Public_Works/Divisions/SolidWaste
King County is offering free wind-damage structural inspections to residents in unincorporated areas. Inspectors can assess whether a permit is required to proceed with repairs. To request an inspection, call 206-296-6630 or 206-296-6615.
For damage within a city’s limits, contact your city’s building department.
Compiled by Seattle Times staff