Snow day suspends garbage service in Bothell

Recology CleanScapes suspended service for Feb. 4 due to the snowfall.

Due to inclement weather conditions, Recology CleanScapes has temporarily suspended collection for garbage, recycling and compost service on Feb. 4.

This service interruption will primarily affect customers in Holly Hills, between Maltby to 240th, and East of Northeast 120th.

Recology CleanScapes anticipates that conditions will improve to allow service to resume on Feb. 5. Residents who were not collected on Monday will be serviced on their next regular Monday collection day, Feb. 11. Recology will collect any reasonable accumulated material free of charge at that time.

Service will continue on the normal collection schedule for the remainder of the week unless there are further disruptions.

Current service updates are available on our website www.recology.com. Customers are encouraged to check this site for the most up to date information.

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