Most of these items not picked up by Springdale are accepted by Lexington County at special recycling collection events. 2019 Lexington County Recycling Drop-Off Event Schedule
Construction/renovation debris generated by the homeowner or a contractor, will not be disposed of by the Town of Springdale.
All businesses in Springdale must contract with a private hauler for garbage collection. This includes businesses that are operated from residences.
Please ensure that contractors, including landscapers, dispose of the waste that they produce.
Household garbage is collected on Monday, recyclable materials are collected on Tuesday and yard trash is collected on Wednesday. Bulk items, such as furniture and items approved of by the Town of Springdale are typically picked up on Wednesday or Thursday. Please also note that these days may change for holidays. Please see our holiday schedule here.
If you are placing large piles of yard debris on the curb, please neatly stack them away from any overhead obstructions such as, trees or power lines. The piles should also be out in the open, away from signs, mailboxes, fencing or other objects. Our grapple truck is used to pick up these larges piles and it needs plenty of space to operate. Thanks for your cooperation. Large debris piles left by landscaping, land clearing or similar businesses will not be picked up by the Town of Springdale.
2019 Lexington County Recycling Event Schedule
2019 Lexington County Recycling Drop-Off Event Schedule
Please contact Springdale Town Hall at 803-794-0408 if you have questions regarding sanitation services.
Road Work Requests
SCDOT maintains most roads around Springdale and Lexington County Public Works maintains those remaining. We report many issues to SCDOT for repair, but you can as well. Click on the link below to file a request.
The Lexington Countywide Stormwater Consortium (LCSC) was created when Springdale officials passed a resolution to join forces with Lexington County as well as other municipalities in the county to tackle storm water issues.The goal of the LCSC is to enhance water quality throughout the LCSC area through education, involvement and outreach; and by fostering partnerships with local governments, citizens, businesses and organizations to support healthy, fishable and swimmable waterways.
Stormwater Complaint Form
Stormwater Inspection Notification
Dear Springdale Residents:
Starting next week, the teams you see in the field are on official business for the Town of Springdale during the hours of 8:00am and 8:00pm seven days a week. These teams are contractors for the Town and will be inventorying the Town’s stormwater system. Portions of the Town’s stormwater system can only be accessed by crossing private property. Where our crews need to cross your property, we greatly appreciate your support and patience allowing them access.
What is the stormwater system? The stormwater system is a network of inlets, pipes, ditches, and outlets designed to carry stormwater runoff to streams. The graphic below is a simple stormwater system network.
Why is the Town inventorying the stormwater system? The Town is responsible for maintaining the stormwater system draining Town and County roads and Town-owned properties. This stormwater inventory project will help the Town and County better maintain the Town’s inlets, pipes, ditches, and outlets.
For any questions, please contact Springdale Town Hall at 794-0408.
Lexington County Stormwater Department
SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)