New Residential Collection by FCC
The City of Palm Coast's contract for garbage collection, recycling, yard waste, bulk trash and white good removal is now with to FCC Environmental, effective June 1, 2023.
New Residential Solid Waste Collection Agreement
Will My Service Days Change?
City staff and FCC have coordinated to ensure the majority of residents' service/ pick-up days remain the same. However, it is important to remember resident's have a scheduled day of service not time. Services may be completed anytime between 6am-6pm. Any service day changes will be relayed to effected residents.
Will Cans Be Provided?
No. Trash receptacles are to be purchased by the resident. The container should be between 10-35 gallons, not exceeding 60lbs in weight at time of removal. Up to 4 receptacles may be set out on your service day. Residents have 2 service collection dates on a weekly basis. Service day #1 collects normal household waste. Service day #2 collects normal waste and bulk items less than 3 cubic yards.
Will I Need a New Recycling Bin, or Return My Old One?
FCC will service all existing bins. Residents in need of a replacement recycling bin are encouraged to submit a case by visiting palmcoast.gov/connect. Once on the site, select “Create a Case” > “Trash” > “Recycling” > “Concern/Question.”
What will change?
The color of the trucks, FCC's equipment will be white.
What is the cost for service?
The rate will be $32.32, billed through your monthly utility statement.