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Brush & Recycling Drop Off Sites

Giving Recyclables A Second Chance!

Once you've gathered your recyclables, you can take them to one of the city's five official RecyclaMats/Brush Sites located throughout the city. Just deposit your materials into clearly labeled bins.


  1.  1000 62nd Avenue N.E.
  2.  7750 26th Avenue N.
  3.  2500 26th Avenue S.
  4.  4015 Dr. Martin Luther King St S.
  5.  2453 20th Avenue N.

Hours of Operation (all locations)

  • Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

Accepted Materials

Glass containers (all colors); aluminum and steel cans; steel jar lids; milk and juice cartons; drink boxes; plastic containers with numbered triangles #1-7; newspapers, magazines, mail, shopping ads, windowed envelopes; mixed paper and cardboard; yard clippings; appliances/mixed metals.

In addition, the Pinellas County recycling site offers other convenient St. Petersburg public recycling centers (collecting some, but not all, recyclables) to make recycling even easier. Operating hours vary.

View City Operated Primary Recycling Center Sites in a larger map

Property owners who hire a business to do yard work

If the property owner cannot accompany the workers to a brush site for disposal, they may use the Brush Site Consent Form . The form must be signed and completed by both the property owner and the company performing the services in order for the brush site to accept the material. 

City of St. Petersburg
P.O. Box 2842
St. Petersburg, FL 33731

  • p: 727-893-7111
  • f: 727-892-5102
  • tty: 727-892-5259
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