(garbage every other week):
This is your 2013–2014 Garbage Collection Schedule
Collection days are not changing. Please do not use the Washington County Calendar.
Set your containers out by 6 am and remove within 24 hours of pickup. Green compost roll cart, blue recycle roll cart and yellow glass bin collected every week
*In Washington County, yard debris collection is included with garbage service rates and is collected every-otherweek
on the same day garbage is collected. To help you remember which week to set out your yard debris for
collection, post this calendar and circle your yard debris and recycling collection days.
*Rural residents do not receive yard debris service as part of their rate.
Find out everything you need to know about recycling your yard debris, including grass clippings, weeds, small branches etc.
High Wind Warning!
Windy days in the Tualatin Valley often result in missing trash bins
and lids, and trash and recyclables blown about the area. We want to
assure you that we make every effort to secure your bins once we have
emptied them. We also do all we can to prevent items from blowing away
and we even pick up material (as much as is practical) when a bin has
blown over or been tipped over by dogs or other animals.
Some bins and lids are more prone to flight than others -- the bins
we distribute have attached lids so they can't blow away, and they're
heavier than most consumer bins. If you have recurring problems with
missing bins or lids, you might want to consider using one of our supplied
bins. (See rates)
We ask you to try to secure paper recycling by placing heavier items
on top of it or using a brick or other heavy object to weigh the paper
You can also help by placing your bins near a mailbox pillar or other
fixed object to stabilize them.
One of the best ways to prevent problems is to get the emptied bins
back to their normal location as soon as possible on windy days. If
you're not going to be home, perhaps a neighbor could help.
Thanks for your help in solving this ongoing problem. For more information,
feel free to call the office at 503-531-6330 or email us
CUSTOMERS can use our online form to get garbage service started.
Existing customers can use our Change-of-Service form
to make changes to their service.
Less paper for you to recycle, and your latest statements will be easy to find in your email inbox!
NOTE: the bill you receive is for two months of service!
You can set up an option to pay your bi-monthly garbage bill
automatically through your bank. Find out about
our payment options now.
Home customers should have their garbage and recycling containers in place by 5 am on your scheduled day to assure pickup.
See our Frequently Asked Questions page for information on this and other issues.
Portland's Food Recycling Program
This program began October 31, 2011. Most of our customers, although your postal address says Portland, are not city residents. However, some of our Forest Heights and other customers are within City boundaries.
City of Portland customers who have questions about the new food scrap program may contact Walker Garbage, the City of Portland at 503-823-7202 (extended hours), or view the City of Portland's website at portlandcomposts.com. There is additional info on the City of Portland website.
To find out your E-Schedule, enter your collection address on this page.
Walker Garbage Service has been serving Cedar Mill and the surrounding
area since 1948. We're proud to be part of the community, and are founding
members of the Cedar
Mill Business Association.
We hope that this website will help answer any questions you have about
your garbage service, and encourage you to recycle and to dispose of hazardous
To find out if Walker is your hauler, use the Metro "Hauler
Finder." New customers can use our online
form to start residential service. New business customers should
call 503-531-6330 for information.