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The City of Plano‘s motto “the City of Excellence” says it all – our city is renowned throughout the state of Texas for its quality of life, park system, safe neighborhoods and extensive public amenities. More than 250,000 people call the City of Plano home.
The City of Plano is in Collin County – the fastest growing county in Texas, and one of the fastest growing counties in the entire country. More than 854,000 people can’t be wrong! Visit this Collin County website for more information.
The City of Plano Police Department has its large Plano North Substation literally just a couple blocks away, and its Fire-Rescue Department has a few stations within just a few miles from our community.
Underground utilities greatly enhance the beauty of our neighborhood!
For service provider options visit here.
Cellular telephone service options include all the major national carriers.
Garbage & Recycling – For information regarding Plano’s residential trash service please visit here. For most of the EFC, residential trash is collected each Tuesday or Wednesday, recycling containers are emptied the same day, every other week.
Bulk waste – waste too large for garbage containers is collected one day each month, visit here to determine EFC’s monthly pick up day.
Do-it-yourself self-disposal is available to all Plano residential Environmental Waste Services customers at the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) transfer stations and regional disposal facilities located at:
Hazardous Waste – To schedule a household chemical collection, please call the City of Plano Customer Service line at 972-769-4150.
Household Chemical Reuse Center
4110 W. Plano Parkway
The City of Plano operates a Household Chemical Reuse Center where Plano residents may obtain reusable household products, collected through the residential chemical collection program and approved for reuse, for free. Chemicals are not accepted at the Reuse Center. The Reuse Center is a facility for redistributing items collected through residential chemical collections only.
The City of Plano is committed to conserving and protecting our water supply in a cooperative effort with our citizens and other North Texas Municipal Water District member cities through education and enforcement that contributes to the overall quality of life. We get our water from nearby Lake Lavon.