Over the last several months, many U.S. cities have begun halting recycling collection services over growing labor shortages.
In northeast Florida, Jacksonville, unincorporated areas of Clay County and the City of Keystone Heights, and the city of St. Augustine Beach, have halted curbside recycling, to catch up on the backlog of trash and yard waste pickup.
If you wish to recycle, here are the recycling drop-off sites:
Opening Oct. 4, sunrise to sunset Monday - Saturday
- Blue Cypress Regional Park - 4112 University Blvd. N. – 32277
- William F. Sheffield Regional Park - 3659 New Berlin Rd. – 32226
- Girvin Road Landfill - 515 Girvin Rd. – 32225
- Southside Estates Elementary Park - 9775 Ivey Rd. – 32246
- Earl Johnson Memorial Park - 5308 St. Augustine Rd. – 32207
- Palmetto Leaves Regional Park - 5760 Greenland Rd. – 32257
- A. Philip Randolph Heritage Park - 1096 A. Philip Randolph Blvd. – 32206
- Dinsmore Playground Park - 10632 Old Kings Rd. – 32219
- Hammond Park - 2142 Melson Ave. – 32254
- Mary Lena Gibbs Community Center - 6974 Wilson Blvd. – 32210
- Fort Family Regional Park - 8000 Baymeadows Rd. E. – 32256
- Normandy Park - 1728 Lindsey Rd. – 32221
- Castaway Island Preserve - 2885 San Pablo Rd. S. – 32225
- Riverside Park - 753 Park St. – 32204
Click here to view the list, or see below:
ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH:
The city has provided one drop-off location at the City Hall parking lot located at 2200 A1A South.
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