The Integrated Waste Management Authority has published a helpful guide to what you can put in your garbage, green waste and recycle bins. Click here to view the guide or visit. https://www.iwma.com/.
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South County Sanitary is the service provider for the City of Pismo Beach and handles garbage, green waste and recycling services. They can be reached at (805) 489-4246 or visit their website for more information: http://www.southcountysanitary.com/
The City of Pismo Beach provides a limited number of sandbags for our citizen’s flood control needs. They are available at the City's Corporation Yard, 550 Frady Lane. The sandbag station is located on your right directly across from the entrance to the Corporation Yard. Sandbags are also available at most hardware and farm supply stores. Bring a shovel and be prepared to fill your own bags.
You will need to have the street address closest to the pole in addition to the pole number, which is located 7' above the bottom of the pole. Report Streetlight Problem to PG&E
State Water: The City is entitled to receive 1100 acre feet per year, approximately 358 million gallons.
Groundwater: Arroyo Grande Aquifer – The City is entitled to extract 700 acre feet per year, approximately 228 million gallons of water.
Note: If you own fish you need to remove ammonia & chlorine from the water in the aquarium before fish are put in it, it is recommended that you talk to your pet supply for the correct treatment of the water for your fish.