City Hall Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday; Garbage, Recycling Collection Schedule Announced

City Hall Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday; Garbage, Recycling Collection Schedule Announced

TROY, NY (November 23, 2021) – City officials have announced that City Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 25th, and Friday, November 26th, in observation of the Thanksgiving holiday, and will reopen Monday, November 29th, at 8:30 a.m.

Municipal garbage and recycling collection scheduled for Thursday, November 25th, will be picked up on Friday, November 26th. Normal garbage and recycling collection will occur on Friday. Bulk waste, bagged leaves, and brush collection will be suspended on Thursday and Friday.

The Troy Resource Management Facility (formerly The Alamo) will be closed for materials drop-off on Thursday, November 25th.

Mayor Madden reminds residents and property owners to keep sidewalks and curb ramps adjacent to their property free of obstacles when placing garbage and recycling bins out for collection. Cooperation from the public will help keep our community accessible to people of all ages and abilities.

For more information, please contact the Department of Public Works dispatcher at (518) 270-4579.

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John Salka, Communications Director
[email protected] / (518) 279-7131

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About the City of Troy:

Incorporated in 1816, the City of Troy is the seat of Rensselaer County government and the county’s largest municipality by population. Situated on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, the City boasts seven miles of waterfront, a largely-preserved historic downtown, diverse neighborhoods, and several major colleges and universities. Troy’s history as the nation’s largest manufacturer of detachable cuffs and collars earned the City’s nickname “the Collar City.” A former steel & iron manufacturing powerhouse of the 19th and early 20th century, the City is now home to a growing hub of tech, game development, restaurants, and retail.

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