On 06/10/2008 a $.05 per $100.00 valuation property tax was approved for property owners in Whitsett. The
tax is listed on and collected via the Guilford County tax billing system.
The Town provides weekly garbage collection service at no cost to its residents using Republic Services. The
quantity of regular household garbage (or solid waste) shall not exceed 96 gallons per household per week.
Residents are responsible for purchasing containers; and containers that are permitted are one (1) 96-gallon,
two (2) 45-gallon, or three (3) 32-gallon receptacles. If heavy-duty trash bags are preferred, each household is
limited to four (4) provided they are the equivalent of 96 gallons or less. Republic Services is not responsible for
gathering trash from bags that been tampered with by animals or otherwise.
Please place all enclosed garbage containers at the roadside curb by 7:00 a.m. on Monday morning. If you
exceed the 96 gallon limit, it is considered bulk trash; and residents may contact Republic Services directly at
336-299-0815 to arrange for a special pickup at a nominal charge
Town of Whitsett Residents Recycling (10/01/10)
The Town Council has decided to continue the use of (3) three eight yard containers for Town of Whitsett
residents to drop off their recycling materials. This is the least costly process to meet state requirements on
banned material going into land fields.
The recycle site is unmanned, but the service (provided through Republic Waste) should continue as long as:
1) the site doesn’t become messy,
2) non-recyclable items aren't deposisted with recyclables (allowed list under guidelines and on container),
3) personal trash is not left in containers.
Should any of these or other unforeseen negative impacts occur, the Council would need to rethink another
We ask that you please respect the reasonable hours of 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday for
disposing of your recyclables using the Town Hall bins.
Click to view Whitsett Recycling Guidlines, and Whitsett Recycling Letter
NC E-Waste Ban Effective 07/01/2011
Legislators in Raleigh made the recovery and recycling of electronics a priority in North Carolina. Beginning July
1, 2011, computer equipment and televisions are banned from disposal in landfills. Drop-off sites are available
for Guilford County residents.
Click to view NC E-Waste Ban Flyer and E-Waste Material Accepted
Animal Control Protection Services - The Town provides this service for all Town Residents through the Guilford
County Department of Animall Control. If you have a problem with stray or injured animals, please call GC
Animal Control at (336) 641-5990 or the GC Sheriff's Department.
Cafeteria located in the Town Hall Building is available for small miscellaneous meetings, Family gatherings,
Church socials, etc. Please contact the Town Hall Office for more information regarding this facility and rental
New Town Residents, Births or Deaths:
If you know of someone new moving into the Whitsett area, town resident having a new baby, or the death of
someone in this area, please contact the Town Hall Office. Also, if you are selling property or moving out of your
house within the Town area, please contact the Town Hall Office so our records can be updated.
Copy Service at Town Hall:
$.10 per copy
Take unwanted paint, oil, and batteries, or electronics (computers, monitors) to:
2750 Patterson Avenue, Greensboro, NC
Wednesday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
*This is a drive through recycling service for Guilford County residents.
You may take unwanted appliances and scrap tires to:
Scrap Tire/White Goods Collection Facility
2138 Bishop Rd.
Greensboro, NC 27406
Monday - Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
Guilford County staff will dispose of your old appliance at no charge.
Disposal of 5 tires a year free.
Created by Rutkoski:updated 04/03/2012