In a news release, the city announced that Feb. 15 trash collection will be serviced Feb. 16, similar to a holiday schedule.
Recycling collections will also be delayed but will depend on how the weather shapes up throughout the week.
Waste Connections, the city’s contractor, advises utility customers to keep trash and recycling collection carts curbside or in alleyways until serviced. Waste Connections plans to have all services back to normal by Feb. 20, according to the release.
Compost and bulk collection will be serviced the following week of Feb. 22, the city announced.
“We recognize delaying trash and recycling services impacts everyone,” Superintendent of Environmental Services Jerry White said in the release. “But given the extreme weather conditions forecast for next week, we need to delay services for safety reasons. We appreciate your support, patience and understanding during this anticipated weather event.”