Greenwood provides weekly trash pickup and bi-weekly recycling to residents within city limits. On your designated pickup day, trash and recycling must be curbside by 7 a.m. Residents are allowed five (5), 30-gallon containers or bags per week.
The Street Department strives to make road travel throughout the city as convenient and pleasurable as possible. Areas of focus for the department include snow removal, sidewalks, street signs, potholes, leaf and limb pickup and dead animal removal. Let us know how we can help.
Greenwood's sanitary sewer system maintains 400 miles of existing pipe serving residents, businesses, schools and other organizations in northern Johnson County. The utility is overseen by the Board of Public Works & Safety and Common Council.
Greenwood’s stormwater system manages the runoff from rainfall. In nature, water flows from fields to streams to rivers, but development has changed some of these natural flows. The stormwater system prevents flooding and limits pollutants flowing into streams and rivers.
Greenwood Code Enforcement is responsible for inspecting, investigating and reporting violations of certain provisions the city’s Municipal Code, which regulates a wide variety of subjects in an effort to maintain a civil society and a community of the highest quality.