Residential Compost Site and Facility
The Sanitation Division provides many areas of service for the Paris community. Safety is a high priority in our daily operations.
Residential Trash Collection
Residential trash pick-up is provided twice per week for the City of Paris. View the full Residential Collection Policy and holiday observance calendar. Click the following link to view the sanitation schedule map. Sanitation Schedule Map
Brush Collection Unit
A brush collection unit is provided to the residents for limb and
brush removal from the curbside for a charge that will be applied to your water bill after the debris is picked up. The City of Paris takes pride in its community, and we urge you to call in your brush or limbs for collection in order to keep our neighborhood clean and for the safety of our children and pedestrians.
Edwayne Samis III
50 W Hickory
Paris, TX 75460
Ph: (903) 784-9266
Monday - Friday
7:00 am - 5:00 pm
This site provides an area for Paris residents to dispose of limbs or brush twice per month. A current water bill and a valid driver license / ID will be needed in order to unload. The site also provides wood mulch free of charge. View the Compost Site rules
The City of Paris currently does not provide curbside recycling services. However, since January 4, 2016, City of Paris residents have enjoyed our new community recycling program! Residents may take their recyclables to four convenient locations: Farmers Market, the Trail de Paris parking lot on South Collegiate, Wade Park and Oak Park. Residents are asked to break down boxes. Residents do not need to sort recyclables - sorting is done at the recycling station.
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOT
RECYCLABLE: Appliances, galvanized pipe, glass
. Please do NOT leave these items inside or outside the recycling bins. Thank you for your cooperation.
The following links also provide information on recycling of specific items:
Our goal is to provide outstanding service for our Paris Community and to keep exceptional courtesy a standard. We pride ourselves with the understanding that “a clean neighborhood is a happy neighborhood."