The 2019 newsletter and brochure
2019 Newsletter final
6-18-2019 SB Brochure
Regular trash pickup is every Monday morning. Please place your trash in proper containers and place by the street Sunday evening. Please note this service is not for vehicle parts, tires, yard waste or construction debris. Disposal of these items is still the responsibility of the individual property owner.
As of January 1, 2011, the Delaware Solid Waste Authority ordered the Sussex County landfill to stop taking yard waste. Yard waste is defined as “all plant materials resulting from lawn maintenance and landscaping activities. These include grass clippings, leaves, prunings, brush, shrubs, garden materials, Christmas trees and tree limbs up to 4 inches in diameter”. Remember, yard waste can no longer be co-mingled with regular trash. Residents are encouraged to compost their yard waste and are reminded that it is illegal to dispose of it on the dunes or in the marsh.
Curbside recycling pick-up is every other week Monday throughout the year. Each residence was provided with a 65-gallon recycling cart. For additional information on what can and can’t be recycled, go to www.dswa.com.
If mosquitoes are unbearable in your part of town, please contact Kathy Lock (302)-422-5234 or Bob Wood (302) 228-2374 and leave a message with your Slaughter Beach address and telephone number. They will contact Mosquito Control to request spraying. Once contacted, a Mosquito Control representative will be sent to determine if spraying is necessary. If warranted, it may take up to a week before the spraying is done. Also, please keep in mind that Slaughter Beach has mosquitoes and we’re asking that you report only higher than normal populations.