Please put your trash out regularly.
Please don’t leave everything until the last day, since the next guest might have some trash as well before the next pickup.
Trash is collected twice a week.
Some properties may have trash days marked in the garage.
City of Bradenton (within City limits):
You are in CoB if there is a big green trashcan with City logo:
Trash-Days: Tuesday and Friday.
Unincorporated Manatee County
Trash-Days: Monday and Thursday.
Holmes Beach on Anna Maria Island:
Trash cans may only be put the night before and MUST be put back after emptying.
Watch when your neighbors are putting out their trash.
Then, it is time to put yours out, too.
Trash days may vary because of holidays or changes in schedule, so the tip above is the best advice.
We like the idea of recycling. However, our experience has shown, recycling bins for rental properties is creating more problems than solutions. Here is why: As soon as something gets into these bins which the hauler determines not belonging there, the hauler will leave the full bin behind.
So we have had multiple instances when guests found full recycling bins right after their arrival. Some times, those bin already attracted racoons. I can say: It was a total MESS. Every time.
So we are discouraging the use of recycling bins for rental properties. If you find any recycling instructions or bins at properties, please, please disregard them.
In Bradenton, and in Manatee County, recycling is not mandatory.
—–> We recommend not using recycling bins because it might cause problems for you and / or the next guests.