The Town of Rolesville provides sanitation services to the residents and businesses of Rolesville. Per the town ordinance, all residences and businesses are required to receive sanitation service. There are three (3) separate services provided by the Town.
- Garbage and/or solid waste
- Yard waste
GARBAGE/SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING
The Town of Rolesville contracts with Waste Industries to collect garbage and solid waste. This curbside collection, depending upon your address, is either on Thursdays or Fridays. Garbage and recycling (see below) are both picked up on the same assigned day.
To sign up for collection or to find out the exact date of when your pick up is scheduled, please contact Town Hall at 919.556.3506. Click here to fill out an online application for requesting service.
There are several holiday dates that will affect collection. For exact delays in services, please contact the Rolesville Town Hall at 919.556.3506. The Town tries its best to stay in contact with all the citizens about various delays via the Blackboard Connect Service. To find out more about this service, please visit the Blackboard Connect page under the Administration Department.
Many ask…what is and isn’t accepted with my garbage? Click here to download an information flyer on all waste collection. This flyer will tell what materials are and are not accepted.
The Town of Rolesville also contracts out the curbside collection of all residential yard waste. This collection is done by a different contractor (All Woods Tree and Outdoor Services) and is not picked up on the same schedule as garbage and recycling. Yard waste would include limbs, leaves, grass, and other vegetative manner. There are certain guidelines for this pick up that need to be followed. Click here to download an informational flyer. This flyer also lists the dates that yardwaste will be collected. If you have any questions that are not explained in the flyer, please contact Town Hall at 919.556.3506.
Wake County has serveral locations where miscellaneous trash is accepted. Whether it be tires, household hazardous waste, paint, carpet, scrap metal, or even cooking oil…there is a place for it to be disposed. Simply click here to visit the County’s “Trash Takers” website and select the material which you want to dispose. Wake County will give you the location of where you can drop off the item.