Ann Arbor trash and recycling pick-up canceled for Wednesday, residents asked to avoid on-street parking
Note: This article has been updated to provide clarification on the pick up schedule for the rest of the week
The city of Ann Arbor has canceled residential trash and recycling pick-ups for Wednesday in anticipation of the snowstorm expected to hit on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The city has decided to postpone its normal Wednesday routes until Thursday. The rest of the week's routes will also be delayed by one day, with Thursday routes being collected on Friday, and so on.
Residents are asked to place their trash and recycling bins at the curb after streets have been plowed — before 7 a.m. on Thursday.
Officials are predicting 10-15 inches of snow will hit the Ann Arbor area between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday.
City officials are also asking residents to find alternatives to on-street parking from Tuesday afternoon until Friday afternoon to allow snow plows the maximum access to clear the streets.
Residents are encouraged to check the city’s website to see the status of the street cleaning by neighborhood. Interested residents may also sign up for free e-mail notification of the street plowing locations by clicking on the red envelope on the site.
Kyle Feldscher covers K-12 education for AnnArbor.com. He can be reached at email@example.com.