LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The City of Lafayette released information on upcoming changes to sanitation routes serviced Monday. The new changes will take place Feb. 4.
Roughly 3000 households will be affected as the pickup days will change to improve and balance the sanitation and recycling services.
The number of residential households has continued to increase in Lafayette as neighborhood build-outs are completed. This has led to the restructuring of the existing routes and the addition of an eighth daily route.
According to a press release, Mayor Tony Roswarski appreciates the efforts of the sanitation personnel and is pleased with this solution that will enhance efficiency. “As we continue to grow in every area, including economic development, housing offerings, expanded workforce opportunities and quality of life initiatives, we are committed to offering city services to our residents in the excellent manner to which they are accustomed. We know that our community considers these services an amenity of living in the City of Lafayette, and we thank our citizens for helping make this transition a smooth one,” said Mayor Roswarski.
The city says letters were delivered to each household prior to Feb. 4.
Maps showing details on the new scheduled pickup days and the affected areas can be found here.
Map showing changes only can be found here.
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