Holiday Pick Up Schedule

Click here for Holiday Schedule

There will be no collections of any kind on the following Holiday’s: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. The holiday pick up schedule can be viewed here.

Residents with questions and concerning their Area Designation on Collection Days should call the Department of Public Works (DPW) at 516-599-8838.

Bulk Pick Up Schedule

Bulk items must be scheduled in advance by calling the DPW Office at 516-599-8838. (IE- Mattresses, box springs, bed frames, dressers, A/C, refrigerators, TV’s, radiators, dishwashers, dryers, washing machines, etc)

Regular Trash Collection Schedule

Trash Collection (and Recycling) will be done according to the designated areas in the village as follows:

You are:If your property is locatedYour Pick-up* Days
AREA #1NORTH of Merrick Rd and East of Hempstead AveTuesdays & Fridays
AREA #2SOUTH of Merrick Rd and East of BroadwayMondays & Thursdays
AREA #3SOUTH of Merrick Rd and West of Union AveMondays & Thursdays
AREA #4NORTH of Merrick Rd and West of Hempstead AveTuesdays & Fridays

* Except as noted on separate mailings for Holidays and Snow Days.

Recycling Pick Up Schedule

Containers should be placed at the curb in their designated containers on the night before your area’s collection days- see schedule below.  If you do not have a recycling container please call the DPW Office at 516-599-8838

DesignationArea #1Area #2Area #3Area #4Yorkshire/Westwood
Glass & Plastic, Recyclables, Cardboard & Newspapers (Tied in Bundles)TuesdayMondayThursdayFridayWednesday
Bagged Leaves and Yard WasteWednesdayWednesdayWednesdayWednesdayWednesday

Kitchen Garbage:
You can now place cans, cardboard, glass bottles, and all plastic items in with your regular trash.


As of September 1, 2021 our recycling rules have changed

The World is turning to “Waste to Energy” (also called “Bio-mass”) to provide an environmental solution to Solid Waste disposal and the Village of Lynbrook has been at the forefront of this concept for over 10 years. There are only 71 “Waste-To-Energy” facilities in the U.S. 5 of them are now located on Long Island. “Waste-to-Energy” plants burn municipal solid waste to produce steam in a boiler that is used to generate electricity. 

Click here for further info:

Biomass Explained
Waste to Energy Explained



  • Plastics # 1 and # 2  (Look at the bottom of the container to find the number)
  • Corrugated Boxes  (no packing materials) & Cardboard
  • Newspapers, Paper
  • Cleaned Cans that have been washed
  • Cleaned Glass Bottles that have been washed
  • Magazines
  • Junk Mail
These items should be placed in a green “Recycling Bin” or in a SEE THRU plastic bag, or it will not be picked up.              

 If you’re not sure of something, it should be placed in with your regular trash.

  • Car Batteries
  • Motor Oil
  • Propane Tanks
  • Paint
  • Fertilizers
  • Hazardous Materials
For further info see Town of Hempstead’s  S.T.O.P Program