For more information call the Public Works Department at (714) 562-3655.
Please note that refuse collection services will be delayed one day for the reminder of the week in which the holiday falls. For example, Memorial Day falls on a Monday. Regular Monday pickup will then occur on Tuesday, regular Tuesday pickup will occur on Wednesday, etc.
A city-wide map with the entire Trash Collection schedule is available by clicking here.
Free Curbside Pickup of Large and Bulky Items Available for Residents
To view information about our paving (street-cut) moratorium, click here.
Who do I call about junk or debris dumped in the parkway or alley? Please call the Street Division at (714) 562-3655.
To view information about street sweeping and trash services, click here.
Where can I take old paint, used TV’s and other hazardous materials?
Where are the “no parking street sweeping” signs? The signs are posted at the entrances of each neighborhood.
Call Park Disposal at (714) 522-3577 or visit their website.
Tires Dirt Concrete Asphalt Hazardous chemicals such as paints, thinners, solvents, pesticides, and liquid wastes will not be accepted. DO NOT place these items at your curb.
On your scheduled collection day, please set out your automated trash cart at street level with the arrows on the lid pointing toward the street. Only household trash placed inside the gray cart will be collected by PARK’s automated trash collectors. Green waste recycling cans should be set out a minimum of two (2) feet away from your trash cart(s).
To view information about the Urban Forestry Management Plan (street trees), click here.
The street sweeping services are coordinated with the posted street parking restrictions in each neighborhood. This means that if your street sweeping day is on one of the holidays listed above, your street will be skipped that week and will resume on the regularly scheduled day of the following week.
For information on the safe and lawful disposal of these substances, please call the Orange County Household Hazardous Waste Hotline at (714) 834-6752.
How do holidays impact my street sweeping? Street Sweeping Observed Holidays
Reporting a Street Light Outage In the City of Buena Park, the majority of street lighting is operated by the Southern California Edison (SCE) company. Problems with streetlights should be reported directly to SCE at their website here: http://www.
sce.com/outagecenter. Once you open that page, you should submit your request in the “Report a Street Light Outage” page. If you prefer to speak to SCE directly, you may also call 1-800-655-4555 to speak to a SCE Customer Service Specialist.
Reporting a Intersection Safety Light Outage Most lighting that is owned by the City is limited to intersection safety lights. These are the lights that are located at signalized intersections (traffic signals) on top of the traffic signal poles.
If you notice that one of these lights are out, you can report it to a City representative by e-mailing the Public Works Department. Alternately, you can call the Public Works front counter at 714-562-3670.
Acceptable Items Unacceptable Items Furniture Scrap metal Stoves Refrigerators Air conditioners Microwave ovens Water heaters One television or computer monitor
How can I learn more about the new street sweeping schedule?
The Public Works Department provides street sweeping services to your neighborhood. Street sweeping occurs from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. according to neighborhoods. Please check here for a map of the schedule.
Take them to the Anaheim Collection Center, 1071 N. Blue Gum Street, Anaheim – call first, (714) 834-4000.
Do I need a permit to place a large trash bin, dumpster or shipping container in front of my house or business? Yes. Please call a Public Works Permit Technician at (714) 562-3670 for more specific information.
How do I get rid of large items such as furniture or appliances? Residents can call Park Disposal at (714) 522-3577 to arrange a Free Curbside Pickup (see above program) or visit their website.
When are city streets swept? Street sweeping is done 5 days a week, Monday through Friday. In some areas, the street sweeping time is 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and others it’s 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.. The street sweeping parking restriction corresponds to the street sweeping time. There is no parking on the street during the posted street sweeping time for your neighborhood. A city-wide map with the entire schedule is available by clicking here.
Place waste and green waste recycling containers at the curb for collection. Avoid placing waste cans next to obstructions, such as parked cars, utility poles, etc. Please be careful not to place waste cans in areas of traffic, such as bike lanes, in order to avoid blocking paths of travel.
New Year’s Day Memorial Day July 4th – Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day
City Departments » Public Works » Streets/Lights/Trash/Trees
Free viewers are required for some of the attached documents.They can be downloaded by clicking on the icons below.
*This service is only available to residential refuse customers. Commercial and multi-family customers with drop-off bins should contact Park Waste and Recycling about options for large and bulky item disposal.
Jump to subpage… Public WorksContact UsBeautification -Environmental CommissionBid InformationFAQsGISParkway ImprovementsPermitsProjectsRecycling and Environmental LinksStandard PlansStreets/Lights/Trash/TreesPaving MoratoriumStreet Light IssuesStreet Sweeping and Trash ServiceUrban Forest ManagementTraffic ServicesUseful LinksWaterGraffiti Removal Program
To view common information about streetlights or to report street light problems, click here.
Please refer questions about any items to Park Waste and Recycling when you call to schedule your pickup.
Residents can place up to six large and bulky items at your curb for pickup. FREE to all Buena Park residential *refuse customers. Simply call Park Waste and Recycling at least two days prior to your normal weekly trash pickup at (714) 522-3577 to notify them that you will have large and bulky items for pickup. Then place the items at the curb alongside your trash cans. On your pickup day a separate truck will come to pick up the large and bulky items. It’s that simple! Residents may take advantage of this program up to three times each calendar year.
Acrobat Reader Flash Player QuickTime Windows Media Player Microsoft Silverlight Word Viewer Excel Viewer PowerPoint Viewer