Solid Waste

Trash / Bulky Pick-Up

Regular Trash

Regular trash pick-up is on Thursday. Please have your trash out by 7:00 am.


Dumpster pick-up is Monday and Thursday with the exception of Bill Millers, which has a pick-up on Saturday also.

At Your Door Special Collection

The City of Lytle and Waste Management now offers residents free front-porch service to collect the difficult, sometimes hazardous, and hard-to-recycle items that almost every household accumulates. Waste Management will collect pesticides, household chemicals, sharps, electronic waste, batteries, bulbs, automotive waste products (including oil), paints, thinners, and dozens of other items that don't belong with your recyclables or regular curbside waste pickup. 

Three Easy Ways to Schedule a Home Collection:


Phone: 800-449-7587 (Monday - Friday, 7 am - 7 pm CST)


Bulky Trash

Bulky trash is picked up on the fourth Monday of each quarter (January, April, July & October). The following items are not accepted:

  • Construction material
  • Refrigerators
  • A/C Units
  • Appliances that have freon

For more information on trash pick-up, please call City Hall at (830) 709-3692 opt. 5 or email them.

Brush Pickup

The City has brush picked up on a monthly basis on the third Monday of the month. Garbage customers do not have to call in for brush pick-up. 

Brush pick-up is scheduled to start every 3rd Monday of the month.


Recycling is every Wednesday and the 1st and 3rd Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon except on holidays at the Lytle Public Works' Shop located at 19580 Florence Street for the City of Lytle customers. Recyclables brought to the drop-off must be dry, loose, (not bagged), unshredded, and empty.  If you have any questions, please call the City Hall at 830-709-3692, option #5. Items that will be accepted include plastics #1 & #2; food and beverage cans and paper, uncoated cardboard, and paperboard. Items that will NOT be accepted at this site are food waste, foam products, food and beverage cartons, batteries, bulbs, glass, loose plastic bags, film, and bagged recyclables. You will also have to show proof of residency with your drivers license and utility bill.