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COVID-19 Updates and Information.
What's new at the UP Library.
Apply for the 2020-21 Youth Advisory Commission.
Information about the 2020 Census.
The Arbor - March 2020.
Addressing street flooding near Caruith Park.
City event cancellations due to COVID-19.
The City of University Park has activated a critical services model beginning Tuesday, March 24 due to COVID-19. All essential public safety services are continuing to operate without disruption. The 911 Dispatch Center located at City Hall also continues to take walk-in traffic 24 hours a day.
Please take note of the following operational impacts for Public Works/Sanitation:
A full list of service disruptions can be found here.
The Sanitation Division is responsible for the collection and disposal of all municipal solid waste material within the City. Our staff collects residential and commercial solid waste, also known as garbage. We also separately collect recyclable materials and compostable yard waste.
The Sanitation Division consists of a Superintendent who oversees and manages all operations of the division, an Administrative Secretary, a Crew Supervisor, and 23 Driver/Collectors. With an annual operating budget of approximately $3.1 million, the sanitation division collects in excess of 20,000 tons of materials from over 8,500 properties annually.
2525 University Blvd
Hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. The Transfer Station is closed on observed Holidays.
Use of the transfer station is restricted to residents, who must be present when off-loading.
For more information about the Transfer Station, click here.
Between recyclables and yard waste, over 26% of University Park’s waste stream is diverted from the landfill and repurposed.