New Republic Services Information:
Effective January 1, 2018 the Town entered a new contract with Republic Services for solid waste (household garbage), recycling, and yard waste.
Holiday Schedule: NO scheduled service on July 4th (Independence Day), September 4th (Labor Day), November 23rd (Thanksgiving) or December 25 (Christmas)
The Town of Indian River Shores has a franchise agreement with Republic Services
for removal of household and yard waste, as well as recycling. There is mandatory trash collection
in accordance with Town ordinance Sec. 54.02
, and associated billing.
They may be reached by calling their local office at 772-562-6620 ext 3.
Please click here
for the County's database regarding your personal residential dates for pickup of household, recycle
and yard waste. Please find your street name
on one of these sheets to see if you are scheduled for Monday & Thursdays
or Tuesday & Fridays. General recycling
information is below.
Yard waste is picked up on Wednesday with the exception of John's Island, Ocean Pearl, The Estuary and The Shores (these neighborhoods do not subscribe to this service).
Effective August 1,
2018 the pickup day changes to Friday.
Everything must be curbside by 7 a.m.
Please observe the following rules to avoid additional fees: Click here for the flyer
- Brush is to be placed curbside and not mixed with garbage
- Brush must be bundled and tied or taped, no more than 4' long (except palm fronds). Up to 4 standard cans or bundled piles may be used for branches not longer than 4' and up to 40 pounds per container or bundle.
- Tree limbs must be less than 3" in diameter
- Yard trash (e.g., leaves) must be placed in reusable containers. Up to 8 TRANSLUCENT PLASTIC BAGS may be collected at no additional charge; brown bags are not acceptable.
Residents may arrange for Republic Services to pick up their bulk waste such as furniture, mattresses, and unwanted appliances. It can be taken to their landfill on 1325 74th Ave SW in Vero Beach (off Oslo Road). Please call 772-794-2322 with landfill questions. It may also be taken to a County Landfill (click on link for hours and locations). There is no fee for this service, and they also accept yard waste under 4" diameter. Anything formerly attached to your home (construction debris), such as cabinets, carpet, toilets, windows, glass, wallboard, etc. may be brought there as well.
(cell phone batteries, oil based paint, items containing mercury, flourescent bulbs and "sharps") may be disposed of during normal operating hours at any of the Convenience Centers
(Roseland, Winter Beach, Gifford, Old Dixie at First Place, or Fellsmere). The Convenience Centers link has hours, maps and addresses.
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Place these items together in your bins (no sorting necessary):
Rinsed out containers, glass bottles or jars with lids removed,
bulks rigid plastics, scrap metal, aerosol cans and aluminum foil products, "dry" recyclables, such as newspapers, catalogs, magazines, junk mail, phone books, wrapping paper, paper bags, "clean" pizza boxes, flattened
boxes including soda or beer cartons.
These are not acceptable to place at the curb for recycle at this time:
- Organic garbage, plastic bags or plastic wrap, plastic caps, hoses or rubber, ceramics, styrofoam, propane, electronics, paint cans, tires, clothing/textiles, shredded paper.
Indian River County accepts big white “Styrofoam” at all of the Customer Convenience Centers and at the landfill.
Please recycle plastic bags and wrappers! More types of plastic wraps and bags than you ever imagined can be recycled, and here's a list of where to take them and the distance from Indian River Shores! Almost every Publix, Winn Dixie, and Wal-Mart has containers for you to place clean, dry plastic bags.
Note that in addition to plastic bags, most grocery stores also take egg cartons and other food cartons.
Recycling service is provided on Wednesdays (effective November 1, 2015) in all neighborhoods based on individual contracts with Republic Services. Residents of Indian River Shores who are in need of an additional or replacement blue bins may request one at the Town's Public Safety Department on Fred Tuerk Drive.