Advisory: City Trash Collection During Triathlon

April 26, 2018

The MS Amlin World Triathlon Bermuda, and its associated events, is taking place April 26-28 in the City of Hamilton, and the City has advised that the “public can expect road closures, parking restrictions and temporary changes to certain City services in the lead-up to and throughout the duration of the event.”

“With regard to garbage collection in the City, businesses and restaurants are asked to have their garbage out and ready for collection at 5pm on Thursday before the Harbour Night festivities,” the City said.

“On Friday, April 27th, beginning at 6:00am, barricades will be put in place along the racecourse route, both sides of the affected streets – Front, Queen, Reid, Church [between PLV Car Park and Burnaby Hill], Wesley Street, Victoria Street [between Wesley and Washington Streets], Dismont Drive and Burnaby Hill. Garbage from businesses will be collected on Friday by 5pm and should be placed on the sidewalks at 4pm.

“Because of the use of barricades on the racecourse, businesses are asked to refrain from putting trash on the sidewalks on Saturday, April 28th between 4:00am and 8:00pm. Any garbage seen on the sidewalks between these times will not be collected. The City will have crews collecting garbage at 3:00am and again after 8:00pm on Saturday, April 28th.

“All businesses are urged to take note of and comply with the garbage collection schedule during the triathlon. This will help to not only avoid unsightly garbage on the sidewalks for extended periods of time but will leave the sidewalks clear for spectator and pedestrian access.”

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