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  1. Type of Issue*
  2. Type of Solid Waste Issue*
  3. Type of Missed Waste Collection

    Please leave your container curbside and Public Works will be back to collect your waste.

    If you have submitted this form after 3 pm, your container will be collected on the following day.

  4. Type of Missed Yard Waste
  5. Please make sure your cart is visible and easily accessible.  Public Works will repair your cart within the next 48 hours.    

  6. If your cart is deemed unrepairable and must be replaced; would you prefer to keep your old cart or have Public Works remove it?*
  7. Type of Streets & Ground Issue
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  9. Provide nearby intersection or GPS Coordinates if possible.  

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  12. Type of Stormwater Issue
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In the Spotlight

  1. Community Meeting for Residential Stormwater Assessments

    Carrboro homeowners are invited to learn about an opportunity for a free assessment of their properties on Saturday, Oct.21, from 2 to 3 p.m. at Baldwin Park, 400 Broad St. Carrboro, NC 27510. Read on...
  2. Rain Gardens

    A rain garden is a depressed area in the landscape that collects rain water from a roof, driveway, or other impervious surface and allows it to soak into the ground. Rain gardens reduce runoff from your property and help filter out pollutants. Read on...
  3. *NEW!* Leave the Leaves

    Leaving leaves where they fall, or close by, saves time and money and recycles nutrients into the local ecosystem. Participation is easy. Read on...
  4. Carrboro's Loose Leaf Collection

    Did you know Public Works collects loose leaves year-round? Loose Leaves may be raked in a pile curbside for collection. No plastic or paper bags are allowed. Leaves should not be piled in traffic lanes, bike lanes, storm drains, or on sidewalks. Read on...
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