Montrose, CO– The City of Montrose will observe Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, November 24. Residential trash collections falling on a city-observed holiday will be rescheduled to occur on another day of the same week.
Trash collection regularly scheduled to occur Thursday, November 24 will be picked up Tuesday, November 22 for all residences west of Townsend and Highway 550. Trash collection for residences east of Townsend and Highway 550 will occur Wednesday, November 23.
Alternative trash collection days apply only to customers whose normal collection day falls on Veterans Day. All non-holiday collection days will not be affected.
Due to two city observed holidays occurring in November, an additional collection day for recycle customers falling on the observed holidays has been scheduled. Recycling pickups regularly scheduled to occur Thursday, November 10, and Thursday, November 24 will be picked up Thursday, November 17.
City offices to be closed in observance of the holiday include Montrose City Hall, Elks Civic Building, Visitor Center, Montrose Pavilion, Animal Shelter and City Shop. Police Department offices will also be closed; however, officers will be on duty and responding to calls.
Remaining 2016 city-observed holidays include: Christmas, which will be observed Monday, December 26.
To view the “Holiday Schedule and Routes Map” document for information about holiday collection schedules and for additional information about the city’s sanitation and recycling services, please visit CityofMontrose.org/trash. Customers with questions about holiday collection schedules may call (970) 240-1480.