Trash and recycling services will be impacted by the holidays for residents in Zone 2 and 3:

  • Residents in Zone 2 will be delayed until Thursday, Dec. 26 and Thursday, Jan. 2

  • Residents in Zone 3 will be delayed until Friday, Dec. 27 and Friday, Jan. 3

  • Bulk Trash- Residents in Zone 1 will be delayed until Thursday, Jan. 2

Residents will need to have their carts out by 6 a.m. on their scheduled day for service. As a reminder, bulk trash services can be scheduled online at

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Sandbags Available in Queen Creek

Post Date:11/19/2019 1:10 pm

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for the area. In anticipation of today's storm, as well as rain that is being predicted through the week, sandbags are available at Fire Station 2, 24787 S. Sossaman Road. Please bring your own shovel and only fill the bags half full.

Travel should be avoided during heavy rainfall, when possible; if travel is unavoidable, do not drive through flooded roadways or go around barricades.

Sandbags can be useful in redirecting storm water and debris flows away from your home. In order to ensure that sandbags are properly filled and maintained:

  • Fill sandbags half full. Use sand if readily available, otherwise use soil.
  • Fold the top of the sandbag down, and rest the bag on its folded tope. Take care in stacking the sandbags.
  • Limit placement to three layers unless a building is used as a backing or sandbags are placed in a pyramid.
  • Tamp each sandbag into place, completing each layer before you begin a new layer. Clear a path between buildings for debris flow.
  • Lay a plastic sheet in between the building and the bags to control the flow and prevent water from seeping into sliding glass doors.

There are limits to what sandbags can do, so remember:

  • Sandbags will not seal out water.
  • Sandbags deteriorate when exposed to continued wetting and drying for several months.
  • If bags are placed too early, they may not be effective when needed.
  • Sandbags are for small water flow protection—up to two feet.

Flood watches issued by the NWS mean to be prepared, there is the possibility of flooding in the area. Flood warnings mean to take action; flooding has been reported in the area. For more safety information and updates, visit the National Weather Service Phoenix Office. For additional information about the Town, visit and follow the Town on


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Constance Halonen-Wilson, Public Information Officer


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