Garbage Route Holiday Schedule

Here are the changes for City of Hartselle garbage routes for the week of July 4th 2021:

Monday’s through Wednesday’s garbage routes will run one day late. Thursday’s garbage route will run on Thursday.

There will be no yard waste pick-up this week.

Holiday Garbage Route Changes

Hartselle garbage route changes for the holidays:

— Christmas Week —
Mon will run on Wed
Tue will run on Thur
Wed & Thur will run on Friday.

Please refer to the recycling calendar for recycling pick-up. There will be no yard waste pick-up this week. Extra boxes from Christmas will be picked-up curbside this week.

— New Years Week —
Mon will run on Wed
Tue will run on Thur
Wed & Thur will run on Friday.

Please refer to the recycling calendar for recycling pick-up. There will be no yard waste pick-up this week.

Proposed Subdivision Regulation

Proposed Subdivision Regulation Update: The Hartselle Planning Commission will consider adoption of updated subdivision regulations at its regular meeting on January 8, 2019, at 8:00 AM. The meeting will be held at Hartselle City Hall, 200 Sparkman Street NW. A public hearing will be held prior to commission consideration of these regulations, and anyone wishing to address the commission will have the opportunity to be heard. The proposed document may be viewed here, or at Hartselle City Hall between the hours of 7:30 AM and 4:30 PM Monday-Friday.

Subdivision Regulations 2018

Recycling Pickup Changes

August 31, 2018

Dear Citizens of Hartselle,

This letter is to inform you of a change in the pickup of your recycling bins.

Currently, we are picking up recycling in the blue bins on the second and fourth Friday of each month. Due to changes that have occurred outside of our control, the recycling schedule will need to be changed. This change will take place beginning the second week of September. Your zone and pickup days are listed below. A map of the city marked with each zone and pickup day is also enclosed, along with a collection calendar on the back of the map.

Both the map and calendar may also be viewed on the city’s Facebook page and website,

Please feel free to call the City of Hartselle Public Works Department at 256-773-2643 for additional information, or if you are unsure of your location on the map.

Thanks for your time, and I again hope this transition is an easy one.

Randy Garrison

Below are the days of recycling pickup and the areas to be covered:

Zone 2-B Begins Monday, September 10 and collects every two weeks (on Mondays) thereafter:
• Hickory Heights neighborhood.
• Barkley Bridge area and intersecting streets, including Higdon Rd and Glenwood Subdivision.
• Groover Road, Garner Road, and all neighborhoods in this area, including Lake South, Shoal Creek, etc.
• Salem Road areas, also all streets around Sparkman Park.
Zone 1-B Begins Tuesday, September 11 and collects every two weeks (On Tuesdays) thereafter:
• Crestline area, Mitwede and Puckett Road areas.
• Main Street West, and all streets between Warren Road and Woodward Square.

Zone 2-A Begins Wednesday, September 12 and collects every two weeks (On Wednesdays) thereafter:
• Nanceford Road, Penn Road, Rice Road and all areas and streets intersecting and connected.
• Mason Acres area, Tunsel Rd, and all streets intersecting.
• Hwy. 36 West from Rice Rd to Ironman area and all streets and roads intersecting.

Zone 1-A Begins Thursday, September 13 and collects every two weeks (on Thursdays) thereafter:
• Ausley Bend Areas, Moss Chapel areas and all streets intersecting.
• Indian Reservation.
• Vaughn Bridge Road and all streets intersecting.
• Rhodes, Peach Orchard (West) area, and Lane Road.

Zone 4-B Begins Monday, September 17 and collects every two weeks (on Mondays) thereafter:
• Areas East of Railroad Street and north of Hwy. 36 to Interstate 65.
• Bluff Park, Bethel Road, Bethel Street and all streets intersecting.
• Booth Meadows, Booth Ridge, and Kyle Road areas.

Zone 3-B Begins Tuesday, September 18 and collects every two weeks (on Tuesdays) thereafter:
• Tanner Heights, South Park, and Walker Road areas and intersecting streets.
• Hwy. 31 South from Karl Prince Drive south.
• Cedar Creek Church Road, Tabernacle, Parker and Byrd Road and intersecting streets and roads.

Zone 4-A Begins Wednesday, September 19 and collects every two weeks (on Wednesdays) thereafter:
• Areas from Hwy. 31 North, East to Railroad Street
• All areas around the old hospital building.
• North Sparkman, Peach Orchard, Valley View and Whispering Hills and all streets intersecting.

Zone 3-A Begins Thursday, September 20 and collects every two weeks (on Thursdays) thereafter:
• Areas East of Hwy 31 South, including Main Street
• Areas of Hwy. 31 South to Karl Prince Drive, Barkley, High, Corsbie (South), South Sparkman, Pearl Streets, along with streets intersecting.
• All areas around Hartselle Junior High and Hartselle Intermediate Schools.
• Areas east of Hwy. 31 South to include Rock and Hickory Street areas.
• McGaugh and other streets intersecting.
• Penny Lane and other neighborhood streets in this area.
• McClanahan Street and continuing east on Main St. East (south of Main) with intersecting streets, Heritage Heights.

If you have additional questions, please call Public Works at 256-773-2643

Click HERE for the Recycling_Map_with_Calendar2

City Hall Auditorium – Screening Procedures


  • Any items such as bags, purses, backpacks or packages.
  • Any firearm as defined in Alabama Code Section 13A-11-61.2.
  • Any deadly weapon, dangerous or explosive device, or as would by common sense or common usage be used primarily or secondarily as a weapon.
  • Any other instrument that is specially adapted as a weapon or dangerous object.
  • Any knife or any knife-like instrument of any length the purpose or design of which suggests that it is not merely a normal pocketknife and normally carried.
  • Any straight razor or razor blade.
  • Mace or pepper spray.
  • Any alcohol or drug of abuse or illegal substance.
  • Any incendiary device or firework, including smoke and stink bombs.
  • Any type of device that operates as a noisemaker or sound amplifier, except a personal hearing aid that operates without disruption during the meeting.

The security officers may exclude any other item or items that caution, good sense, or professional experience suggest are inappropriate to the meeting environment, whether or not that item is specifically listed.