Mission Statement: The Brecksville Service Department strives to provide quality services to the Brecksville
community with pride, courtesy and commitment.
Please Visit the Brecksville Page on Cuyahoga County's New and
Improved Recycling Website for Additional Recycling Information. cuyahogarecycles.org/brecksville
and Recycling Quick Answers
Do you have unusual items for
The following items will be collected on
your usual trash collection day, simply place them at the street with your
Household Furniture (couches,
recliners, wooden furnishings)
Solidified Latex Paint/Empty Paint
Carpet/Carpet padding (rolled and
tied, do not exceed 6' lengths)
Lumber (cut into manageable pieces
Excessive home remodeling debris is
not accepted, residents must make arrangements with a private hauler to obtain a
The City of Brecksville does not
accept tires, contact a tire retailer for disposal.
Do you need to schedule a
Friday appliance/metal item pick-up?
Common items that require a Friday
pick-up include dehumidifiers, washers/dryers, refrigerators/freezers,
a/c units, metal shelving, file cabinets, tubs, and scrap metal.
Fridays are reserved for
appliance/large metal item pick-up. Call the Service Department at 440-526-1384,
Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 4pm, to schedule a Friday metal pick-up
or with questions regarding pick-up.
Does your rubbish/recycling day
coincide with a holiday that cancels collection?
Collections will always be made the
following business day after a holiday. Collection days that do not fall on the
actual holiday are not affected and remain as scheduled.
Set out your garbage and recycling at the curb by 7:30 a.m.,
rain, snow or shine! Routes can change at any time and so can your pickup
for more in-depth refuse and recycling info, or please call the Brecksville
Service Department at 440-526-1384.
click on logo for recycling guidelines.
Submit your own
online Service Department Requests!
can now submit work order requests directly to the Service
Department for services regarding pothole repair, appliance pickup,
water leaks, street maintenance and more.
link to sign up for an account
to submit your requests.
Driving Safety Tips for Motorists:
- Expect the Unexpected - Speed limits
may be reduced, traffic lanes may be changed, and people may
be working on or near the road.
- Slow Down – Speeding is one
of the major causes of work zone crashes.
- Don't Tailgate – Keep a safe
following distance between you and the car ahead.
- Keep a Safe Distance from Construction
Workers – and equipment.
- Pay Attention to Posted Signs –
Warning signs are there to help guide you, use them.
- Stay Alert and Avoid Distracted Driving
– Work zones present extra challenges and obstacles.
Motorists need to pay attention to the road and their
- Plan Your Trip – Schedule your
trip with plenty of extra time. Expect delays and leave
early so you are not anxious while driving.
- Be Patient - Work zone crew members
are working to improve the road and make your future drive
- Be Aware of Blindspots – Trucks
have large blindspots in front, back and either side. Try to
avoid lingering in this space and do not cut in front of a
With the transition to
digital television on June 12, 2009, many residents are wondering how
to recycle their old televisions. Some electronics recyclers, and one local
retailer will recycle televisions for a fee. Please
visit the Cuyahoga
County Solid Waste District website to learn more. Thank
Does Your sump Pump Need Maintenance or
Neglecting to test
a sump pump routinely - especially if it is rarely used - can lead to severe
water damage, especially when a heavy storm, snow melt, or flooding sends water
against your home. Overload of the sump pump, due to poor drainage elsewhere on
the property, can lead to pump failure. Frequent sump operation can be a sign of
excessive water buildup under the basement floor, due to poorly sloped
landscaping, poor rain runoff, gutter back-flows and other problems.
of a back-up sump pump that can be quickly installed in the event the first pump
fails, can lead to serious water damage and property loss. This is especially
important if you rely heavily on your sump pump to maintain a dry basement, or
if you live in an area of seasonally-high groundwater. Sump failure can cause
extensive water damage and the loss of valuable personal belongings.
An "ounce of prevention" can prevent "gallons" of potential
water leaks and damage – and a regular maintenance program is the easiest way
to protect your home and its contents.