The upcoming Easter holiday will bring changes to the garbage collection schedule for property owners in the City of Superior. Due to the religious nature of the holiday, the city refers to it as the "Spring Holiday".  Because of the process that coordinates services for the holiday-related changes, residents will be affected the week of April 11 through April 15.

In observance of the Easter (or Spring) Holiday, the Superior Public Works Department will be closed on Friday, April 15. This closure will also affect the Municipal Landfill on Moccasin Mike Road.

Because of the holiday, there will be no garbage collection on that day. To accommodate, the schedule will see some of the remaining days of the week shifted around. Here's a breakdown by collection days of the week - direct from the city's website:

"Garbage pickup will be on an accelerated schedule for the week of April 11:  Monday routes there is no change, other routes must have their garbage out by 7:00 AM one day earlier than the normal scheduled day."

The resulting schedule will allow for no collections to happen on Friday.

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As far as recycling goes, there appears to be no changes for the week. Hartel's Disposal offers a website that allows you to check the schedule and calendar for yourself.

The City of Superior usually alters garbage collection schedules to accommodate respective holidays. Recycling schedules often change at the same time - albeit at (sometimes) different revised dates; this is due to the fact that the recycling collection isn't handled by Public Works Department employees but rather by Hartel's Disposal - a contractor.

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