Pflugerville cancels Feb. 15 trash, recycling pickup due to weather

There will be no trash and recycling pickup services Feb. 15 due to inclement weather conditions, the city of Pflugerville announced Feb. 12. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)
There will be no trash and recycling pickup services Feb. 15 due to inclement weather conditions, the city of Pflugerville announced Feb. 12. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)

There will be no trash and recycling pickup services Feb. 15 due to inclement weather conditions, the city of Pflugerville announced Feb. 12. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)

There will be no trash and recycling pickup services Feb. 15 due to inclement weather conditions, the city of Pflugerville announced Feb. 12.


Waste Connections will monitor conditions ahead of scheduled pickups Feb. 16 and 17. Dependent on the weather, the city of Pflugerville outlined two possible service scenarios:

  • Resuming operations on Feb. 16

    • If conditions allow for resumed services, all Waste Connections customers will receive service on a one-day delay, culminating with Friday customers receiving trash and recycling pickup services on Saturday, Feb. 20.



  • Suspending operations Feb. 16 and resuming services Feb. 17

    • If conditions deem services inoperable Feb. 16, all Waste Connections customers will receive services on a two-day delay, per the release. Thursday customers will receive trash and recycling services on Saturday, Feb. 20, while Friday customers will be serviced Monday, Feb. 22.

    • With the two-day delay scenario, services would continue with one-day delays the week of Feb. 21, with Friday customers receiving trash and recycling services on Saturday, Feb. 27.




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