Rubbish Collection - Rubbish is collected every Tuesday, even if Monday is a holiday. Recyclables are collected each Wednesday. Place items to the curb after 4:00 p.m. on the evening before pickup.
Stickers (available at Nichol's Supermarket) are to be placed on the garbage bag, NOT on the can.
Need a blue bin? Blue recycle bins are available at the Village Hall or by calling the DPW department.
E-Waste - The Village can no longer pick up electronic waste. Contact OCRRA for more information.
Click HERE for updated recycling options
Large Item Pickup - Large items are picked up on regular trash day. They must have the appropriate stickers placed on them. The orange stickers are for up to 30 lbs. and the green stickers are good for up to 15 lbs. Below is a list of common items and their appropriate number of stickers.
To dispose of items containing Freon, please contact OCRRA at 453-2866
TO DISPOSE OF PAINT/CANS:
To properly dispose of liquid latex paint, dry it out and place the can next to the trash can with the lid off.
PLEASE NOTE: For the beauty of the community, DO NOT put paint cans in the trash that contain liquid paint. This creates a mess on the streets during the collection process and can result in fines from the NYS DEC.
Easy Disposal Instructions:
1) Remove the lid.
2) Expose the liquid paint to air in a well-ventilated area. Be sure to keep away from animals and children.
3) If there is a lot of paint, add cat litter or paint drying crystals (available at most hardware stores) to the paint. Leave the lid off and wait for the paint to be absorbed.
4) When the paint is dry, put can and lid in the trash (leave lid off the can)
OCRRA Household Hazardous Waste Days - Check out the OCRRA website for information about collection days for household chemicals and hazardous waste.
Disposal of TV's, Microwaves or Fluorescent lights
Please note that the Village DPW can no longer pick up these items. Call OCRRA at 453-2866 for further information.
The following disposal information is provided by the Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency:
Click HERE to see updated disposal information
Participating Home Depot stores (compact fluorescents only) or
Bring them to OCRRA's Household Hazardous Waste Days
LEAF PICKUP IS DONE FOR THE 2016 SEASON
WILL BEGIN November 2nd. PLEASE RAKE THE LEAVES (only leaves!) TO THE CURB NOT IN THE ROAD. Leaf pickup is ongoing - there is no set pickup schedule.
Yard Waste Pickup -Will be the 1st & 3rd Monday of each month starting April 4
April 4 & 18, May 2 & 16, June 6 & 20,
July 5 (due to 4th of July ) & 18, August 1 & 15,
Sept. 6 (due to Labor Day) & 19, October 3 & 17
FINAL YARD WASTE PICK UP is October 17
The yard waste policy is intended for the use of Village of Liverpool residents, and excludes waste left by any professional service provider. It is not intended to include any waste from tree removal, whether the tree is removed by a professional tree service or the homeowner.
Yard waste does not need to be tied, but must be placed in small, neat piles at curbside (not in the street) according to the requirements listed below. NO PLASTIC BAGS PLEASE!
Yard waste should be placed at the Village curbside any time after 4:00 p.m. on the day before the scheduled pickup and should be processed as follows:
A. - Trimmed tree branches, shrubbery, and other trimmings too large to be swept up shall be placed into piles meeting the following requirements:
- total amount of all piles to be put out on any given pickup day may not exceed 10 feet in length, 2 feet in height, and 3 feet in depth;
- no bundle or single piece of yard waste can exceed the weight of 50 pounds;
- no single piece of yard waste shall exceed 3 feet in length, nor 4 inches in diameter.
B. - Grass, brush, leaves, and seedlings small enough to be raked up shall be placed in any of the following containers:
- paper bags;
- corrugated cardboard boxes
- appropriate metal or plastic containers, none of which when filled shall exceed the weight of 50 pounds and all of which shall be labeled as yard waste for identification by the hauler.
Yard waste brought about by storm damage is to be processed in the same manner as above during yard waste season (April through October). Any resident with yard waste that is the result of storm damage after October should contact the Public Works Superintendent at 457-1882.
Any questions pertaining to the yard waste policy should be directed to William Asmus, Village of Liverpool Public Works Superintendent.
If there are any questions as to whether the Village will pick up certain yard waste, please contact Superintendent Asmus at the above number before commencing work.
The Liverpool Village Department of Public Works Superintendent is a supervisory position with responsibility for overseeing the proper maintenance and repair of all village streets, sidewalks, trees, storm sewers, cemetery, parks, buildings, and grounds. The Superintendent will effectively supervise, contract, or perform any activity necessary in the field of public works for the Village of Liverpool. The DPW Superintendent is responsible for the development of and follow-through on department procedures for the following inter-departmental inter-agency protocols and for all department results. The Superintendent prioritizes department activities based on requests from Village residents, routine work, emergency situations and directives from the Village Board of Trustees.
Some of the essential functions of the DPW Superintendent include:
- Oversees required duties for removal of snow and ice from village streets
- Makes recommendations to the Village Board regaring major projects, materials, equipment and personnel
- Oversees the work of all contractors. Advises the Village Board on payment to contractors.
- Coordinates and supervises project work, collaborating with the village engineer and other contracted professionals as required
- Prepares and maintains the department budget
-Enforces regulations and maintains accurate record keeping in compliance with all OSHA and DOT safety requirements for personnel operating motor vehicles, using heavy machinery and working with hazardous chemicals for the department.