Trash, Yard Waste & Recycling Program for Bellevue Residents
This page outlines the current guidelines for trash, yard waste and recycling collections at the curbside. You can also review the Papillion Sanitation Collections Guidelines Flyer that contains this information as well as allowed recycling material guidelines.
The City Contract for trash, yard waste and recycling is currently held by Papillion Sanitation & Recycling Services for all single-family and duplex-family residents within the city limits. For local business and Bellevue residents not receiving curbside services, the City of Bellevue offers two public recycling drop off sites in Bellevue for both typical recyclables and for glass. The locations are at Haworth Park, 2502 Payne Drive and at Hastings Banner Park, 5005 Virginia St. Container glass can also be taken to RiverCity Recycling, 6030 S 60th St., Omaha.
The City of Bellevue opens its Tree Dump to Bellevue Citizens for free disposal of tree related debris on the last Saturday of every month from 8am to Noon. The Tree Dump is located at the gated entrance just north of 8902 Cedar Island Road, intersecting at Rose Lane. Limbs and branches collected at this site are mulched for reuse at public parks, school and other locations.
If you have questions or concerns with your service, please contact Papillion Sanitation Customer service line at 402-346-7800 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact Bellevue Public Works at 402-293-3135 from 7:00 am – 3:30 pm Monday – Friday with questions or to order an 18-gallon recycling bin.
Also visit the Green Bellevue website at www.greenbellevue.org or visit www.earth911.org to locate where you can recycle items that are not currently picked up in the curbside program or allowed at the drop off centers.
Holidays & Weather-Related Delays
When the following holidays fall Monday–Friday on or before your pickup day, your service will be delayed by one day. If the holiday is on a weekend, there will be no disruption in service.
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- New Year’s Day
Inclement weather (rain, snow and ice) can cause difficulties for our drivers and result in delays in service. If your carts are not emptied on your regular service day, please leave them out for service the next day. Weather delays are posted on the Papillion Sanitation website (papillion-sanitation.com), where you can also sign up to receive emails regarding service updates.
For Overall Guidelines of the City of Bellevue's New Trash & Recycling Program Please Go To: