collection routes are scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday. Holidays, falling on a regularly scheduled
day, will be rescheduled for Monday. You will
be given a notice of change by your route driver and a
notice will appear in the Indian Hill Bulletin. If your collection was missed due to a blocked drive or late set out, you may click here to submit a pick up request or call 513.831.3712.
Below is a list of guidelines that should be followed
for proper waste disposal:
Trash should be bagged and placed in an approved container. Approved containers are either 32 gallon cans weighing less than 50 pounds when full or large ‘toters’ purchased from the Public Works Department.
Only ordinary household waste will be accepted on regular collection days. No paints, batteries, yard waste, tires, chemicals, or construction trash of any kind. For information on these items, call the Public Works Department at 831-3712.
Large quantities of trash and bulk items such as furniture, boxes and appliances will be handled as a Special
It is your responsibility to keep trash easily accessible
for collection personnel. Collections cannot be made if driveways
or access to your
cans is impeded. If you anticipate a problem, please set your trash
out in an area free of obstructions.
If you choose to keep the trash
in your garage, please keep the area surrounding your
trash accessable and free of any obstructions
that may prove
hazardous to collection personnel. Also, be sure to keep items not
intended to be thrown
away a safe distance from your trash cans so that they are not
mistakenly taken as trash.
Due to the limited hauling
capacity of our collection vehicles, we ask that
all large cardboard boxes be broken down before placing
for disposal. If you wish to recycle the cardboard, please click here.
Please do not use boxes to hold trash (they break easily especially
when wet. Styrofoam peanuts used as packing material should
a separate sealed
bag to avoid spillage.
All medical waste should be properly identified
before placing out for disposal. Syringes must be
placed in Sharps containers
before discarding. Should you have any questions regarding
medical waste, please contact the Public Works Department.
of danger to collection personnel, as well as a risk
of injury to family pets, dogs should be confined on regularly
keep in mind that invisible fencing does not necessarily
keep dogs from being at risk.
If a regularly scheduled collection day falls on a holiday, check for a notice in the Indian Hill Bulletin for rescheduling information or view the holiday schedule to the right. Notices will also be passed out by collection personnel.
Items such as moving boxes, cleaning trash, carpeting, and appliances must be placed where they are easily accessible to collection personnel. Carpet must be cut into lengths no longer than 6 feet and weigh no more than 50 pounds. Please note, flooring installers do provide removal services. Large quantities of moving boxes should be broken down and stacked for easy removal. In order for the public works to accept cans of paint, simply add floor dry or cat litter material to absorb the paint and dry it out (leave lids off). After the paint had solidified, we can properly dispose of it. Charges for the above services are based on a fee of $70.00 per hour with a minimum charge of $10.00 for the first 15 minutes and $20.00 for each additional 15 minutes thereafter. Appliances containing Freon, such as air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers etc., can be removed for a flat fee of $40.00. Click here to request a special pickup online or call 513.831.3712.
The Village of Indian Hill has purchased toters (large, two-wheeled storage containers with a lid) in bulk and they are available to residents at cost. The toters provide larger capacity storage and have wheels for easy mobility. The covered container reduces odor and may be left outside.
• 65 gallon (24'w x 24"d x 44"h) $60.00
• 95 gallon (30'w x 30"d x 48"h) $68.00
If you are interested in purchasing a toter please call the Public Works Department at 513-831-3712.
note to all residents with building or remodeling
The Village has available 12 – 14 yard roll off containers available for use to dispose of light construction debris. For availability and pricing, please contact the Public Works at 831-3712.