What you should know about the city’s garbage problem: Where does the city get all of its trash?
Where are the most trash-strewn streets in town?
How can you clean up after yourself?
The city is using a new collection system that’s been designed to be accessible to anyone who wants to clean up.
The city says it’s designed to encourage more residents to take a second look at their neighborhoods and the neighborhoods they live in.
The system also allows residents to track their trash through the citys public app, where residents can upload photos and videos of their trash.
What you need to know about San Antonio’s trash problem: What’s happening now: The city’s trash collection system was first implemented in April.
The process has proven to be complicated, especially for older residents.
Residents in their 60s, 70s and 80s have to get permission from their neighbors before they can collect their trash, which can take a couple of weeks, sometimes longer.
Residents have to pay an annual fee of $30 to $40 to clean their yards.
Residents who live in areas with a higher population density can also pay to have their yard cleaned in the middle of the night, or after a city bus has pulled up to their neighborhood.
What are the citywide trash pick-ups?
Residents can pick up their trash in any of the city libraries, including the three downtown libraries.
They can pick it up in the downtown libraries at any time of day.
The downtown library will have its own pickup area at night, but people who live on the north side of the library can pick their trash from their driveway, where there is an alley that leads to a dumpster.
The south library will also have its pickup area.
The central library will be home to a separate pickup area for people with limited mobility.
How can I get help?
If you live in an area with a low population density, you can also call the city at (210) 886-2300 to ask for help.
The 311 service will be staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Residents can call the 311 Hotline at (830) 823-4530 or call the hotline at (818) 726-9191 to get help.
How do I report a trash problem?
If a person or property owner in your area doesn’t want their property cleaned up, you have a few options.
You can file a complaint online at the city of San Antonio website or call 311, which will send you a report on your behalf.
The report will include information such as a description of the problem and how long it’s taken to clean it up.
Or, you may also file a Freedom of Information Act request to learn more about the garbage collection process and what happens to your complaint.
To file a report online: Open up the San Antonio City Council website and scroll down to the “Trespass and Harassment” section.
Click on the “Public Complaint” link in the right-hand sidebar.
Then scroll down and click “Submit.”
In the right hand sidebar, click on the link labeled “Report a Trespass or Harassment Complaint.”
Once you submit your complaint, you’ll be asked to provide a phone number and address for the city attorney to contact you.
How to report a garbage problem in San Antonio: For residents who live at least one block from a library, you might have to take your trash to a different library.
That’s why it’s important to use public libraries.
Public libraries are staffed 24/7, and you’ll need to register for an account to make sure you can pick your trash.
You may also be able to file a complaints online complaint at the library website, or you can call 311.
How is San Antonio collecting its trash now?
San Antonio collects its trash in a number of different ways.
You might have seen people using the city-issued trash pickup service to pick up trash on the street, where they would then pick it from the library’s parking lot.
You’ll also see people using bins and the city has a network of recycling centers.
The garbage collection is part of the Clean Up the City initiative.
If you don’t see a collection in your neighborhood, call 311 and speak with someone who has experience with trash collection.
You should also consider how much time you spend picking up trash.
The City of San Austin has a website that can help you decide how much your time and energy is worth.
The goal is to get residents to spend less time picking up their own trash.
Is there a trash-pickup service that’s not in my neighborhood?
The City has been working to implement a trash collection service for decades.
The last time San Antonio implemented a service was during the Cold War, but the city now has two collection sites for recycling: one at the Central Library and the other at the south library.
It is currently unclear if