Released on January 10, 2023 - 4:46pm

2023 Calendar is Here!

What is different:

A new format!  This year’s calendar is being “delivered” in a digital format.  Residents are now able to access the calendar on their phones and computers.  Can’t remember what date we are hosting Sustainable Saturday, Electronics Recycling/Paper Shredding/EPS Recycling/GreenDrop event use the “search” function in the PDF format to find the dates.  Residents that would like to have a paper copy will find the calendar page in the Laurel Ledger section of the Laurel Independent – the newspaper that is delivered monthly to all residents. 

Green Goals – each month residents will have an opportunity to help the environment and your pocketbook by taking on a green challenge. 

Additional information about what “Green Living” is really about and what each of us can do to improve our community by taking care of our environment. 

The Green Living Map will show you drop off centers for batteries/prescriptions/CDs and DVDs as well as locations of the EV charging stations.

What has not changed: 

The calendar is full of useful information about how to prepare your recycling for collection, residential special pickup and yard debris collections.  The calendar also highlights the adjusted trash/recycle/composting schedules when there are holidays or scheduled closures. 

If you have a question regarding Snow Emergency Routes, Leaf Vacuum Collection Days, and Recycle/Refuse/Compost collection days, you can look up your street in the maps section of the calendar for answers.



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Green Living

Welcome to the City of Laurel’s Green Living page: A hub for residents and businesses to explore and support Laurel’s sustainability initiatives, track progress, and get involved!