There are 30 employees assigned to the City of Enid Solid Waste Department. The Solid Waste Department provides collection, removal and disposal of solid waste for the citizens of Enid. The automated collection of household solid waste is done in five areas of town, based upon the collection day. There are over 18,000 customers on the residential routes. The City of Enid is fully automated with side load trucks, which only require one driver to collect each polycart at the resident's household. The department has two boom claw trucks that provide specialized pick up of large debris that is too heavy or large for the residential trucks, such as furniture. Residents are required to have a minimum of 1.5 cubic yards, which is equivalent to the capacity of a regular size pick up bed, before requesting a bulk collection.
Customer Service: 580-616-7300
Supervisor: Scott Morris: 580-616-7315 (Office), 580-231-0105 (Cell)