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Trash, Recycling and Noteworthy Facts About Wickliffe, OH
Wickliffe, which bills itself as the “Gateway to Lake County” has a population of just under 13,000 residents. There has been a post office operating in the town since 1843. It is home to 2 colleges, Saint Mary Seminary and Graduate School of Theology and Telshe Yeshiva. The Coulby Mansion and Park are listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The city is home to Green Ridge Golf Course and 7 parks. These parks offer activities that range from yoga to Tai Chi. There is also volleyball and basketball courts, a couple of swimming pool and a spray park, soccer, baseball, and youth football. You can also find plenty of picnic areas and tennis courts. Some famous people from the city include TV personality Jayne Kennedy, pro football player Bob Mrosko, Illustrator Tara Seibel, and American bishop Steve Wood.
Solid Waste and Recycling Services
The Service Department of the city of Wickliffe handles trash pick up in the city. It is located at:
Wickliffe Service Department
Wickliffe, OH 44092
Closed Saturdays and Sundays
The city provides a 96-gallon two-wheeled cart for its residents. It must be placed 3 feet from the street. The city will pick up your white goods, carpeting, and furniture on your regular weekly pickup day. If you need to dispose of yard waste the city can get you a 65-gallon bin for this material. Absolutely no construction debris which includes stones, dirt, and rocks, and automotive parts will be picked up at the curb. Furthermore, tires will not be picked up either. You can contact the “Lake County Solid Waste District” at (440) 918-2908 to find out how to rid yourselves of these types of materials.
Each resident is provided with a bright green 65-gallon recycling bin. The city offers single-stream recycling which takes the burden of you to separate your recyclables. For instance, you can co-mingle glass with cardboard.
Acceptable items for recycling:
- Plastics #1-#7
- Telephone books
- Cereal boxes
- Steel Cans
Banned stuff includes:
- Plastic toys
- Light bulbs
- Window glass
The town, in September, holds a “Shred Your Files Event”. You can bring up to 6 grocery bags of personal papers to be shredded for free. In August, at the Lake County Fairgrounds, you can dispose of your E-waste including hard drives, servers, and scanners. This is also a free service. Twice a year you can drop off your household hazardous at the Lake County Fairgrounds.
If you need to get rid of old clothing you can use “Planet Aid” collection bins located at Coulby Park. Planet Aid is a non-profit organization that focuses on improving the lives of people living in underdeveloped countries. There are other Planet Aid bins located at all Wickliffe City Schools.
Help Keep Wickliffe Looking Beautiful
Keep Wickliffe Beautiful is a commission which fosters and encourages residents to take civic pride in their hometown. To this end, the city has a “Bright Spot Business Award,” that is given to a business that best exemplifies this spirit and is doing its part in promoting the beautification of the city. Each year, the city selects a “Yard of the Year” which is awarded to the resident whose home truly stands out from the rest of the community.
Wickliffe also takes part in the “Great American Cleanup”. Each year in the spring residents are encouraged to go around the city and pick up litter. All of the above-mentioned events are great ways to get citizens involved in keeping Wickliffe looking beautiful and promoting a sense of pride for the city they call home.