Trash Collection Services

All City of Heath customers receive a 94-gallon rolling poly cart for trash collection, and a 64-gallon rolling poly cart for recyclables.

Residential customers have the option of exchanging their 64-gallon blue recycling polycart for a 95-gallon recycling polycart.  The enlarged cart is $1 extra per month.

Apart from the streets and areas listed below, waste will be collected on Mondays for residents west of FM 740; and Tuesdays for residents east of FM 740.

Progressive trash and recycling collection will be on Tuesdays for the following streets and areas:

  • Dunford Drive
  • Foxborough Court
  • Gordon Circle
  • Hubbard Drive (From the Intersection of FM 740 South to the dead end)
  • Lee Drive & Court
  • Linda Lane
  • Normandy Lane
  • Michael Drive & Circle
  • Reba Lane
  • Scenic Drive & Place
  • Skyline Drive
  • Stanford Court
  • Thomas Circle
  • Victoria Place

Brush Pickup

Progressive will pick up brush twice a month. The amount of brush hauled away free of charge remains at three cubic yards. Anything over three cubic yards will continue to be billed at $10 per yard.

The brush pick up will occur during the weeks of the first and third Mondays each month. The brush should be placed curbside by 7:00 a.m. on the first and third Mondays for collection that week

For more information visit the FAQ page and look for the Waste and Recycle section or download our Trash and Recycling Services Guideline (PDF 1.1mb).

Heath Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Help Line – 972-961-4884

Improper disposal of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) pollutes the environment and poses a threat to human health. HHW items include: automotive products; batteries; cooking oil; electronic devices; fluorescent tubes and bulbs; household cleaners; lawn and garden chemicals; pharmaceuticals; paint products; and pesticides.

Each year, the cities of Rockwall, Heath, and Fate join with Rockwall County to conduct a Spring Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event to provide a convenient opportunity for HHW disposal at no cost to residents.