COVID19 Update - Due to closure of all City public counters, we have temporarily discontinued the sale of compost bins.
What To Compost
Kitchen Waste • Lawn Clippings (use thin layers so they don’t mat down) • Chopped Leaves (large leaves take a long time to break down) • Shredded Branches • Garden Plants (disease-free plants) • Shredded Paper • Weeds (before they go to seed) • Straw or Hay • Newspaper • Wood Ash (sprinkle lightly between layers) • Tea Leaves and Coffee Grounds
Do Not Compost
Meat Scraps and Fatty Trash • Excessive Wood Ashes (counteracts with manures) • Sawdust (generally slows the decomposition of the pile)
How To Order A Compost Bin
- Pay $56 for the compost bin at Municipal Services Cashier window located at City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue Room 106.
- Pick up bin by showing the receipt to the receptionist at Public Works office located upstairs (3rd floor) in room N306
For more on composting visit www.smartgardening.com