The City offers bulky waste pick-ups but not for C&D debris
Construction and demolition (C&D) is not accepted as part of the City’s bulky waste trash collection program. You’re responsible for properly disposing of this debris either by dropping it off yourself at the local landfill or by renting a dumpster and having that company drop off the debris for you.
Learn more about Brush and Bulk Collection services.
Get free recycling boxes from the City
Recycling helps save the environment and lowers disposal costs for you. The City of Lynchburg offers free recycle boxes to make it easier to store recyclables for easy transport to the nearest drop-off facility.
Pick up your free boxes either of these locations:
- City Hall Information Desk, 900 Church Street
- Public Works Building, 2nd Floor, 1700 Memorial Avenue
Recycling drop-off facility locations (current as of Jan., 2015):
- Fairview Square Shopping Center corner of Florida Avenue & Campbell Avenue
- Grace Street, Behind Fire Station
- Linkhorne Drive, Behind the Comcast Cable Office
- Kroger, Old Graves Mill Road & Timberlake Road
- River Ridge Mall (2 locations JCPenny's parking area & across from Macy's parking area)
- Corner of Alleghany Avenue & Lakeside Drive
- Village Court Shopping Center, Boonsboro Road
- 2704 Concord Turnpike, Parking Lot
You’ll need to obtain a dumpster permit from the Inspections Division in some cases
If you plan to have the roll-off container placed in the public right-of-way or in a parking space, you’ll need to obtain a dumpster permit from the city. Your dumpster rental provider can help you out with this process.
For information about securing a dumpster rental permit, contact the Inspections Division (Neighborhood Services) of the Community Development Department at (434) 455-3931.