Event Calendar

Sanitation

Service for Disabled Residents

The Division provides special collection service for residents with physical limitations/disabilities that preclude them from placing their garbage and recycling containers curbside for servicing. Residents seeking this service are required to complete an application (please see below), and provide the specific documentation and endorsements required for the review and processing of this application. Once a final determination is made, the applicant will be contacted with an update. For more information, please contact the customer service team at 404.294.2900.

Open Records Request

Thank you for your interest in submitting an Open Records Request. Once received, we will advise within three (3) business days if requested records are in our custody, and whether the records are subject to disclosure under the Georgia Open Records Act (ORA) as amended in 2012 (O.C.G.A 50-18-70-75 et al).  Unless requested records are exempt from production requirements of the ORA, inspection or copying of requested records is permitted.

Operation Spring Clean Sweep 2018

Originally launched in 2017, Operation Clean Sweep is a multi-departmental initiative focused on litter collection, illegal dumping, and removing debris, trash and grass from county streets, neighborhoods, sidewalks, roadway drains and county rights of way. The initiative is now entering its second phase branded Operation Spring Clean Sweep 2018. Events and activities begin May 19, 2018, and will continue through the end of June 2018. 

Animal Crematory/Dead Animal Collection

Animal crematory
The Sanitation Division’s animal crematory accepts dead animals for cremation for a nominal fee. Payments can be made on-site via check or money order, and should be made payable to – DeKalb County Sanitation Division. Fees are based on the following schedule:

Animals up to 24 lbs. - $5
Animals from 25 – 100 lbs. - $10

Address 
810 Camp Road
Decatur, GA 30032

Contact number
404.294.2009

Electronics Recycling

23401_000019470401.jpgElectronics recycling, or e-recycling, is a term used for recycling electronics that have essentially reached the end of their useful life. The County’s goal is to promote the recovery, reuse and recycling of obsolete electronic equipment, while diverting some electronics from the Seminole Road Landfill.

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