Beginning in 2022, residential customers will receive a bill directly from their service provider for waste collection services. For more information on this billing change and how it affects you, please visit the Garbage and Recycling Bills webpage.
On November 5, 2019, the City Council approved a 10-year franchise agreement. Republic Services and Waste Management are the contracted service providers that serve the residents of the City of Stockton with weekly curbside collection of garbage, recyclables, and organics (green and food waste). The companies also provide street sweeping services within the City of Stockton.
Service rates are adjusted annually. The rate adjustment is equal to 100% of the change in the Consumer Price Index for the 12-month period ending in April. The rates for all residential and commercial customers are effective January 1.
The 2022 rates listed below are for Residential customers and are based on the size of your garbage cart.
Residential and commercial customers with questions about garbage service charges should contact their service provider.
To qualify, the bill must be in the name of the qualifying customer and for the customer's primary residence.
If you are a senior 65 years and older and the utility bill account holder, please contact Utility Billing Customer Service to receive a 10% discount on your garbage and recycling collection service rate.
Seniors 65 and older who have a below-median annual income of $35,483 per household may be eligible for an additional 10% discount. Download an application below or call Utility Billing Customer Service for an application by mail.
Residents who are permanently disabled and have a below-median annual income of $35,483 per household may be eligible for a 10% discount. Download an application below or call Utility Billing Customer Service for an application by mail.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 2/17/2022