Food waste and recycling collection for Dec. 25 in Salmon Arm’s Zone C (Hillcrest) has been rescheduled to Saturday, Dec. 28. (City of Salmon Arm photo)

No curbside waste collection on Christmas Day in Hillcrest

Wednesday holiday pickups rescheduled to weekend

Salmon Arm Hillcrest residents can refrain from rolling their food waste bins to the curb on Christmas morning.

With it being a holiday, there will be no food waste or recycling collection in Zone C neighbourhoods on Wednesday, Dec. 25. Pickup will instead be on Saturday, Dec. 28.

In addition, curbside collection of food waste and garbage on Jan. 1 in Zone C has been rescheduled to Saturday, Jan. 4.

The Salmon Arm landfill is closed on Christmas and New Year’s Day.

For those looking to dispose of their Christmas trees after the holidays, Salmon Arm Secondary’s wrestling and rugby teams will be picking them up for a donation on Sunday, Jan. 12. Residents are asked to leave their trees out on the curb.

Read more: Salmon Arm recycling, food waste bin roll-out sparks some questions

Read more: No more putting out curbside collection bins in Salmon Arm the night before

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