NEW THIS YEAR To ensure a high-quality compost product, please separate yard waste into three categories: Brush, Yard Debris without grass, and Yard Debris with grass.
Branches and Twigs
No Wreaths (unless the metal wire has been removed)
No Rounds (place in separate Log/Firewood area)
Yard Debris with or without grass:
It can be difficult to separate grass from other yard debris. If you cannot, just put it all in the 'With Grass' section. If you can separate the grass, or you don't have any, please use the 'Without Grass' section.
Please, no brush in either section.
Examples of Yard Debris:
- Evergreen Needles
- Annuals, Flowers, Vegetables
- Non-Woody plants
- Paper bags for yard waste collection (please rip open or empty at site if possible)
Compost for Residents
The compost available for residents in the spring of 2017 was produced and screened by the Town in 2016. Look for signs to find the pile where you can shovel it into your own containers. We have analyzed this compost for common heavy metals as well as its nutrient and physical profile. The compost that we make this year will be available next spring for residents.
The Town's Compost Site is located next to the Medical Building at 197 School Street.
Hours of Operation
The Compost site will re-open for the season on Saturday 3/23/19. Please note the Open/Closed sign at the entrance to the compost site. If the sign says Closed, please do not continue up to the site even if the chain is down. Site may close during any regular open hours if significant snow is falling or access road is icey.
- Thursday: 9am to 3pm
- Saturday: 9am to 3pm
- Sunday: 9am to 3pm