Trash and Recycling


The Town has a contract with Waste Management for residential and commercial solid waste collection.

Effective December 1, 2020, traditional recycling was discontinued, and materials for pick-up no longer need to be separated.

Hazardous Waste

Lawn or pool chemicals, tires, etc. will not be picked up. For latex (water based) paint disposal, remove the lid, let any paint in the can dry, then place in a household garbage container. Please contact Lake County Solid Waste for hazardous waste disposal information.

Household Garbage Containers

Trash containers are issued by Waste Management. Please contact them to request a receptacle. Do not use red colored bags. These are reserved for bio-hazardous medical waste only.

Pick-Up Schedule

For the Water Oak Subdivision, Griffin Avenue, and the Lakes of Lady Lake residents garbage and yard trash pick-up is on Tuesday and Friday.

For all other Lady Lake residents garbage and yard trash pick-up is on Monday and Thursday.

Household garbage, bulk items and yard waste must be at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on the day of collection. Garbage containers shall be removed from the curb at the end of the day.

Solid Waste

Solid waste includes household garbage, yard trash, and bulk items.

Solid Waste Transfer Station

The Lake County Solid Waste Transfer Station is located at 1200 Jackson St., Lady Lake. It is off of Rolling Acres Road, on the east side, approximately a quarter of a mile south of County Road 466.

It is open on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: (352) 753-2399


Neither the Town nor Waste Management will accept tires for collection. Residents must take the unwanted tires to a tire retailer for recycling. There is a state required disposal fee.

Yard Trash

Grass clippings, leaves, shrubbery and tree cuttings, pine needles, palm fronds, etc. Yard trash must be no more than 6 feet in length and no more than 6 inches in diameter. It should be stacked neatly at the curb. Leaves, grass clippings and pine needles must be bagged or containerized. No bag or can should exceed 40 pounds.


Waste Management

Lake County Solid Waste

Public Works
136 Skyline Dr.
Lady Lake, FL. 32159
[email protected]