Property owners and managers are required by
County Ordinance 110 to provide residents with the opportunity to recycle.
View the requirements for multifamily properties.
Get recycling help
Dakota County offers many free resources to start or improve recycling at apartments, condominiums, townhomes, and independent senior living through the
Multifamily Recycling Program.
- Order container labels, chute signs, common area posters, tote bags, flyers and additional educational resources.
- Request free on-site or virtual presentations for staff and residents to learn about recycling do's and don'ts and get questions answered.
- Apply for comprehensive assistance. Up to $10,000 per location is allocated for recycling containers and more. Educational resources like container labels, signs, poster and presentations included.
- Nursing homes and other nonresidential facilities are eligible for the
Business Recycling Incentive Program assistance.
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about any of the multifamily resources and to apply for comprehensive assistance. Multifamily buildings must be located in Dakota County and have two or more units.
Program participants must also have or be willing to obtain a recycling service and the right sized containers for the property.
Review funding highlights, program participants and success stories.
Learn about what can and cannot be recycled, organics drop-off opportunities and what to do with mattresses, furniture, paper for shredding, household hazardous waste and more.
Multifamily education resources
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