Garbage & Recycling

The City of Wood Village sets solid waste and recycling collection service rates and standards through a franchise agreement with Waste Management of Oregon. Standard curbside service includes weekly collection of garbage, recyclables and yard debris. Waste Management also offers a range of services, including large item hauling for a fee and clean-up containers and drop boxes. Additional information is available on their website.


Garbage and recycling are collected on all holidays except Christmas and New Year’s Day.

If your collection day falls on or after Christmas or New Year’s Day, collection will be one day later that week with Friday customers being serviced on Saturday.

Tree Recycling

Curbside Waste Management customers may recycle trees in place of regular yard debris set out at no extra charge. Trees over 6 feet tall must be cut in half. There will be an extra fee of $4.84 for any additional yard waste collected the same week as your tree. Flocked trees are accepted as extra garbage pickup for a $4.84 fee per six-foot sections. Trees with tinsel or ornaments may not be recycled; remove those items.  Don’t have curbside service, use the Find a Recyler Tool from Metro to find an easy option.

Questions about what Holiday items are and are not Recyclable?  Use this great handout to learn more! (PDF)


Not sure what stuff goes in the recycle bin? When in doubt, find out. Download the In/Out Recycling Poster or visit Recycle or Not for more information.

See our Recycling Guide (PDF)

Contact Metro for easy options to recycle, donate or reuse anything from batteries and packing peanuts to that old dishwasher. Call 503-234-3000 or search Metro’s recycler directory.

What’s bad for the bin?

  1. Tangles. Stuff that tangles and clogs sorting machines; Hoses, cords, clothes
  2. Film.  Plastic wrap and bags. No bagged recyclables
  3. Hazardous material. Batteries, propane tanks, needles, paint.
  4. Yuck. Foods, liquids, diapers and pet waste
  5. Wishful. Clamshells, straws, to-go containers and cups.

2018 Bottle Bill Expansion

As of January 1, 2018, additional beverages will have a refund value of 10 cents per container.  Read the 2018 Expansion Flyer (PDF) for more information.

Visit your local Wood Village Bottle Drop located at 23345 NE Halsey St today!

  • China was our largest importer of unsorted paper and plastic, but will no longer accept certain recycling materials. Contamination plays a large role in China’s import shift.
  • The City and local partners are preparing short- and long-term solutions for our recycling needs. State of Oregon recycling updates.
  • We can all do our part to prevent waste and recycle.