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Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:48 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 1419 alderwood
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Customer Satisfaction, Financially Acceptable, Protect Environment, Education Outreach
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Trash, Recycling, Green Waste, Bulky Waste, Textile Recycling, Bulk Cardboard Recycling, Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Tire and Cooking Oil Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Twice per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Twice Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? Yes
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? Yes
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Every other week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? A neighbor or contractor services my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Once per week
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? Monthly
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Developing a permanent drop off facility within the City.
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I store my household hazardous waste at my home and do not have a plan for disposing these materials.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Green Waste, Electronics, Paint, Household chemicals
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event., I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be completed by the City’s solid waste and recycling contractor and supplemented by additional contractors.
If you could change one thing about the current solid waste and recycling services, what would it be? Pick up green waste twice a week..If the lawn care is done on the weekend the waste sits out on the curb until the next friday.

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:42 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 2510 Encino Lane Sugar Land, TX 77478
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Financially Acceptable, Protect Environment, Customer Satisfaction, Education Outreach
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Trash, Recycling, Bulky Waste, Green Waste, Tire and Cooking Oil Recycling , Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Textile Recycling, Bulk Cardboard Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Twice per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Twice Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? Yes
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? No
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? No
How is your yard serviced? A neighbor or contractor services my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Very rarely
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? Monthly
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Providing on-call curbside collection (which was provided in the City prior to January 2021).
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I store my household hazardous waste at my home and do not have a plan for disposing these materials., I dispose of household hazardous waste materials in my trash cart.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Bulky waste, Electronics, Paint, Household chemicals
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be completed by the City’s solid waste and recycling contractor and supplemented by additional contractors.
If you could change one thing about the current solid waste and recycling services, what would it be? Better notification when pick up days change due to holidays or special events.
Are you interested in receiving educational information regarding solid waste and recycling? If yes, please tell us how you would like to receive that information. Yes, via e-mail.

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:39 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 827 Longview Dr, Sugar Land, TX 77478
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Customer Satisfaction, Financially Acceptable, Protect Environment, Education Outreach
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Trash, Recycling, Bulky Waste, Green Waste, Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Bulk Cardboard Recycling, Textile Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Twice per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Once Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? No
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? Yes
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? A neighbor or contractor services my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Once per week
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? Quarterly
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Directing residents to drop off items at the Fort Bend Recycling Center.
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I bring household hazardous waste to the Fort Bend County Recycling Center or another facility.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Electronics, Paint, Household chemicals
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event.
If you could change one thing about the current solid waste and recycling services, what would it be? We could do with just one solid waste pickup each week. We have more recycling than solid waste, so we really do want to keep recycling on a weekly wchedule.
Are you interested in receiving educational information regarding solid waste and recycling? If yes, please tell us how you would like to receive that information. yes, email

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:36 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 11315 Ashford Hills Drive, Sugar Land, TX 77478
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Customer Satisfaction, Financially Acceptable
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Trash
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Twice per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Twice Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? Yes
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? No
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? A neighbor or contractor services my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Very rarely
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? On-Call
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Providing on-call curbside collection (which was provided in the City prior to January 2021).
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I bring household hazardous waste to the Fort Bend County Recycling Center or another facility.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Electronics
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event.

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:28 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 2806 River Birch Drive
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Protect Environment, Financially Acceptable, Education Outreach, Customer Satisfaction
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Recycling, Trash, Green Waste, Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Bulky Waste, Tire and Cooking Oil Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Twice per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Twice Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? No
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? No
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? I service my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Once per week
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? On-Call
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Developing a permanent drop off facility within the City.
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I bring household hazardous waste to the Fort Bend County Recycling Center or another facility.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Bulky waste, Electronics, Paint, Household chemicals
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event., I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be completed by the City’s solid waste and recycling contractor and supplemented by additional contractors.
If you could change one thing about the current solid waste and recycling services, what would it be? There is nothing we would change! We are very happy with the service we have.

We also appreciate that the containers can be changed out when they are damaged! The lids are usually the problem because sometimes they are twisted by the truck and don’t close properly.
Are you interested in receiving educational information regarding solid waste and recycling? If yes, please tell us how you would like to receive that information. Sure! We are very much for recycling and it’s importance to our planet. We are open for any other knowledge we might
obtain.

Perhaps receive info in the city of Sugar Land newsletter we receive already.

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:21 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 2911 Barnhill Lane, SL, TX 77479
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Protect Environment, Customer Satisfaction, Education Outreach, Financially Acceptable
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Trash, Tire and Cooking Oil Recycling , Textile Recycling, Bulky Waste, Green Waste, Recycling, Bulk Cardboard Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Twice per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Twice Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? No
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? No
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? I service my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Every other week
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? Monthly
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Developing a permanent drop off facility within the City.
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I store my household hazardous waste at my home and do not have a plan for disposing these materials.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Paint
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event.
If you could change one thing about the current solid waste and recycling services, what would it be? Recycling is our future. Maintaining proper protocols is very important to the environment.
Are you interested in receiving educational information regarding solid waste and recycling? If yes, please tell us how you would like to receive that information. Email is fine. lrmppt@gmail.com

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:19 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 4215 Magnolia Ln 77478
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Protect Environment, Financially Acceptable, Education Outreach, Customer Satisfaction
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Trash, Recycling, Bulk Cardboard Recycling, Green Waste, Textile Recycling, Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Bulky Waste, Tire and Cooking Oil Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Once per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Once Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? No
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? No
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? A neighbor or contractor services my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Once per week
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? On-Call
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Developing a permanent drop off facility within the City.
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I store my household hazardous waste at my home and do not have a plan for disposing these materials.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Electronics, Paint, Household chemicals
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event.
Are you interested in receiving educational information regarding solid waste and recycling? If yes, please tell us how you would like to receive that information. I’d like a charted schedule and information where I can drop off each type of waste

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:13 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 4714 Burclare Ct, Sugar Land TX 77479
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Customer Satisfaction, Financially Acceptable, Protect Environment, Education Outreach
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Trash, Recycling, Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Green Waste, Bulky Waste, Tire and Cooking Oil Recycling , Textile Recycling, Bulk Cardboard Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Once per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Once Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? No
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? No
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? A neighbor or contractor services my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Once per month
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? Monthly
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Scheduling collection events at a central location within the City.
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I store my household hazardous waste at my home and do not have a plan for disposing these materials.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Electronics, Paint, Household chemicals, Textiles
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: An evening on a weekday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event., I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be completed by the City’s solid waste and recycling contractor only.
If you could change one thing about the current solid waste and recycling services, what would it be? the recycling cart should be larger considering the amount of recycling materials in a week.

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:08 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 1331 sugar creek blvd
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Protect Environment, Customer Satisfaction, Financially Acceptable, Education Outreach
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Trash, Recycling, Green Waste, Bulk Cardboard Recycling, Bulky Waste, Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Tire and Cooking Oil Recycling , Textile Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Twice per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Twice Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? No
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? No
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? I service my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Once per week
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? Monthly
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Providing on-call curbside collection (which was provided in the City prior to January 2021).
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I dispose of household hazardous waste materials in my trash cart.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Electronics, Paint, Household chemicals
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event.
If you could change one thing about the current solid waste and recycling services, what would it be? I don't understand how you all handling recycling properly when residents combine glass, paper and cans in the same bin together. How do you all separate this effectively and efficiently? I believe the resident needs to separate it. Do you all just throw it in the dump if you can't separate?
Are you interested in receiving educational information regarding solid waste and recycling? If yes, please tell us how you would like to receive that information. eblasts

Name not available inside Sugar Land November 30, 2021, 9:07 AM

Please enter your address. This information will be used to identify neighborhood service level trends within the City of Sugar Land. 1327 summer terrace drive
Please rank the importance of each guiding principle listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each guiding principle. Protect Environment, Education Outreach, Customer Satisfaction, Financially Acceptable
Please rank the importance of the collection and management services listed below. Clicking on the buttons will allow you to set the level of importance for each service. Trash, Recycling, Bulky Waste, Green Waste, Bulk Cardboard Recycling, Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Recycling, Tire and Cooking Oil Recycling , Textile Recycling
On average, how often do you need to set trash out for collection? Once per week
How frequently would you prefer for your trash to be collected? Once Per Week
Would you need an additional trash cart if trash collection was reduced from twice per week to once per week? No
Would you prefer to put extra bags out at the curb on days when you have excess waste? Yes
On average, how often do you need to set your recycling cart at the curb for collection? Once per week
Do you think you clearly understand the types of materials that should be included and excluded from the recycling cart? Yes
How is your yard serviced? A neighbor or contractor services my yard
On average, how often do you need to set green waste out for collection? Once per month
What is your preference for the frequency of bulky waste collection, noting that a more frequent collection represents a higher cost? Monthly
How should the City approach the management of electronics and household hazardous waste, which includes paints, cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides? Directing residents to drop off items at the Fort Bend Recycling Center.
How do you dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints, cleaners, oils, and pesticides? I dispose of household hazardous waste materials in my trash cart.
The existing recycling drop-off center, located at the Public Works Service Center on Gillingham Lane, currently allows residents to recycle used cooking oil and tires at no cost. If the City expanded the recycling drop-off center, what materials would you want accepted at the facility. Bulky waste, Electronics, Household chemicals
The existing recycling drop-off center for tires and cooking oil is open Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm. Should the City expand the hours to include: Saturday
What are your expectations for solid waste and recycling services during and immediately following emergency events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms? Please select all that apply. I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be delayed depending on the severity of the event., I expect solid waste and recycling collections to be completed by the City’s solid waste and recycling contractor and supplemented by additional contractors.
If you could change one thing about the current solid waste and recycling services, what would it be? More communication about expectations. Many people in my neighborhood don’t seem to know when bulk trash pickup is.
Are you interested in receiving educational information regarding solid waste and recycling? If yes, please tell us how you would like to receive that information. Yes email