Brentwood Forest Condominiums

314-961-3066

2021 Holiday Trash Schedule

 Holiday   Date   Change 
New Year's Day 2021  Friday, January 1, 2021 No trash service. Pickup resumes one day after regular schedule (Sat)
Live Christmas Tree Recycling January 6, 13, 20, 27, Feb 3 Tree pickup on Wednesdays 7:00 am - 2:00 pm 
MLK Day Monday, January 18 No trash service. Pickup resumes one day after regular schedule (Tues-Sat)
Presidents' Day Monday, February 15 No trash service. Pickup resumes on day after regular schedule (Tues-Sat)
Confluence Trash Bash Event Mid to Late March Special event - see below 
Memorial Day Monday, May 31 No trash service. Pickup resumes on day after regular schedule (Tues-Sat)
Independence Day Monday, July 5 No trash service. Pickup resumes on day after regular schedule (Tues-Sat)
Labor Day Monday, September 6 No trash service. Pickup resumes on day after regular schedule (Tues-Sat)
Veterans Day Observed Thursday, November 11 No trash service. Pickup resumes on day after regular schedule (Fri-Sat)
Thanksgiving Thursday, November 25 No trash service. Pickup resumes on day after regular schedule (Fri-Sat)
Christmas Saturday, December 25  No changes - Regular pickup schedule (Mon-Fri)
New Year's Day 2022 Saturday, January 1, 2022  No changes - Regular pickup schedule (Mon-Fri)

Basic trash, recycling, and yard waste services are provided to Brentwood residents free of charge.

Large item pickup is available for an additional fee. Please see Household Pickup Information located in under Government > Departments > Public Works on www.brentwoodmo.org. To schedule a large item pickup and investigate fee schedule, call 314.962.4800.

Christmas Tree Recycling - The City of Brentwood will pick up and recycle once-live Christmas trees, on Wednesdays in January. Please remove all lights and ornaments before placing tree by the curb. The latest possible date for collection will be February 3, 2021 in case of inclement weather events in January 2021 causing delays. 

Confluence Trash Bash 2021 Event - This free community event is open to Brentwood residents of all ages with multiple cleanup sites located between the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge, Wilmore Park, Davis Park, and other MSD sponsored sites. All you need to do is wear old clothes and volunteer to help remove trash in and near creeks and streams. The Public Works Department in conjunction with Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) and other event sponsors are promoting watershed awareness and pollution prevention of waterways. For more information, go to www.greatriversgreenway.org. Instead of a one day event, volunteers can collect trash during a one week period at an approved site per the website details. 

Department of Public Works
8330 Manchester Road
Brentwood, MO 63144
314.963.8642