Colorado state law does not allow trash haulers to accept tires. Visit the City's What Goes Where Guide to find locations to dispose of tires properly.
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1. To set up services, please first establish a City of Lafayette utility account by calling the Finance Department at 303-665-5588 and selecting option 1. Services include water, garbage, recycling, and compost.
2. Once your utility billing account is set up, please contact Republic Services at 303-286-2400 the following business day to choose your cart sizes, set your cart delivery date, and receive information about collection services.
Contact Republic Services at 303-286-2400 to report a missed pickup.
Residents can call Republic Services at 303-286-2400, or view the online schedule on their website.
No. As of April 1, 2023, compostable bags, plates, utensils and other paper materials cannot be placed in compost bins.
Only two types of items are allowed in your curbside compost cart:
Residents that utilize 3-gallon compostable bags to collect food scraps may continue to do so, but only 3-gallon (or smaller), approved compostable bags are allowed. If you do not use 3-gallon compostable bags, all items must be placed unbagged and loose in your compost cart. View A1 Organic's list of acceptable compostable bags.
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Please visit the City's What Goes Where Guide for recycling information and locations.
Accepted hazardous materials.
Lafayette residents, with proof of residency, can drop off items at the Hazardous Materials Management Facility free of charge.
More information on accepted items can be found on Boulder County’s Hazardous Materials Management Facility’s (HMMF) website.
Hazardous Materials Management Facility
1901 63rd St
Boulder, CO 80301
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