Wilmington Government Offices Will Be Closed Tuesday

Wilmington City government offices will be closed on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, in observance of Election Day. As a result, the Department of Public Works’ Sanitation Division will collect recyclables on a modified holiday schedule:
Monday, November 5: East of I-95 recycling collection
Tuesday, November 6: No collection of recyclables (including leaves and yard waste)
Wednesday, November 7: West of I-95 recycling collection
Trash collection will continue as regularly scheduled on Thursday, November 8 for areas east of I-95, and on Friday, November 9 for areas west of I-95. Sanitation crews will resume their scheduled leaf and yard waste collections on Wednesday, November 7.

Visit https://www.wilmingtonde.gov/residents/keeping-wilmington-clean/trash-collection for more information about trash and recycling in the City.

To report issues about trash and recycling collection, please call the Public Works Call Center at (302) 576-3878 or visit: http://reportitresolveit.wilmingtonde.gov.

Mayor Purzycki today encouraged citizens to exercise their right to vote on Tuesday. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. For questions about voter registration or where to cast your ballot, please contact the Office of the State Election Commissioner at 302.739.4277, or visit https://ivote.de.gov/voterlogin.aspx.

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