Curbside Collection Survey

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Garbage. It isn't an exaggeration to say that every home owner has an opinion about garbage, and we'd love to hear all of them.

Waste collection is an ever-rising cost for the City. In 2020 the budget allocated approximately $626,000 for the service, a 10.4 percent increase over 2019 when the cost was $567,000.

The Curbside notification system, as well as two automated trucks, changes to routes and schedules and an organics pilot project have made the City more efficient in our solid waste collection. The survey will help us to find more.

How can we improve?

The survey takes just a few minutes. Results will be included in a report to be presented to Council in the near future. We've also given you the chance to tell us your ideas, look at important documents, photos and frequently asked questions.

By completing the survey, you're eligible for a draw for 10 free garbage tags!






Garbage. It isn't an exaggeration to say that every home owner has an opinion about garbage, and we'd love to hear all of them.

Waste collection is an ever-rising cost for the City. In 2020 the budget allocated approximately $626,000 for the service, a 10.4 percent increase over 2019 when the cost was $567,000.

The Curbside notification system, as well as two automated trucks, changes to routes and schedules and an organics pilot project have made the City more efficient in our solid waste collection. The survey will help us to find more.

How can we improve?

The survey takes just a few minutes. Results will be included in a report to be presented to Council in the near future. We've also given you the chance to tell us your ideas, look at important documents, photos and frequently asked questions.

By completing the survey, you're eligible for a draw for 10 free garbage tags!