CLEAN Recycling Center - Open to Town and Village
of Livonia Residents
CLEAN Recycling Center is located at 5766 Federal Road in Conesus.
Anyone who owns property in the towns of Conesus or Livonia may
utilize the center.
Winter Hours of Operation - September through May: Saturdays
9 AM - 12 PM
Summer Hours of Operation - June/July/August: Saturdays 8 AM
- 12 PM
NEW! Please note that due to state funding cuts, the
CLEAN Recycling Center will NOT be accepting electronic waste,
including TVs and computer monitors until further notice. We are
also unable to accept batteries and light bulbs at this time.
Questions may be directed to the Town of Conesus at (585)
for a list of acceptable items and fee information.
Bulk Clean-Up Day (for Town AND Village of Livonia Residents)
Bulk Clean-Up Day is a service offered to Town AND Village residents
by the Town of Livonia once a year, usually in June or July.
Town and Village residents wishing to utilize this service need
to obtain a coupon from the Town Clerk, and items must be brought
to the Town Barns, 50 Commercial Street, Livonia on the designated
day during the designated hours.
Once the date is set, a link to more information and rules is
posted on the Home Page of this web site.
GLOW, located in Batavia, accepts hazardous materials on an annual
basis. You can reach GLOW at 344-2580, X5463 for more information.
Hazman Household Hazardous Waste Solutions, Buffalo, NY. Click
here for more information.
(You will be directed to another web site.)
For those who are diabetic or have other medical reasons to use
a hypodermic needle, you may dispose of used needles at the Conesus
Lake Nursing Home, 6131 Big Tree Rd., Livonia; the Livingston
County Center for Nursing & Rehabilitation, 11 Murray Hill
Dr., Mt. Morris; or Noyes Memorial Hospital, 111 Clara Barton
You may also drop used needles at the drug drop off box at the
Sheriff's Office in Geneseo. Simply place the used needles
in a small, sealed container no larger than 2 liters and leave
on top of the drop box.
Safe Drug Disposal
Did you know that Livingston County has a drug drop-off program?
Unwanted and expired medication can be dropped off quickly and
anonymously in drop boxes at the following locations:
Livingston County Sheriff's Office
4 Court St
Hours: Open 24/7
Caledonia Village Office
3095 Main St
Hours: Open 24/7
North Dansville Town Hall
14 Clara Barton St
HOURS: Open 24/7
Lima Village Pharmacy
7298 West Main St.
HOURS: Available during store hours.
Items that you CAN leave include: pills (prescription and over
the counter), ointments, vitamins and pet medications.
Items that you SHOULD NOT leave in the drop box include: illicit
drugs (give those to law enforcment), thermometers, aerosal sprays,
inhalers, hydrogen peroxide, perfumes, cooking oil, soap, shampoos,
conditioners, detergents and beauty supplies.
Village Refuse Collection
The Village has a contract with a private firm,
Shank Enterprises, for weekly refuse pickup.
Village residents' refuse will be picked up every Wednesday,
unless Wednesday is a legal holiday. Please rinse clean all
Recyclables must be separated from solid waste using recycling
rules and regulations.
Recycling bins may be obtained at the Village Office, 36 Commercial
The Village is not responsible for the disposal of building
or hazardous materials. Residents should contact Shanks at 582-2120
to arrange for disposal of these materials.
Spring Clean-Up Day (for Village of Livonia
The Spring Clean-Up Day, or SCUD, is a service
offered to Village residents by the Village of Livonia once
Information is mailed to Village residents in the form of an
insert in the Village newsletter.
Village residents wishing to utilize this service must bring
their coupon, which is contained in the Village Newsletter insert,
to the Village Hall, 36 Commercial Street, Livonia on the designated
day (usually late April to early May).
or questions, please call the Village at 346-3100.
Village Grass, Brush and Weed Pickup
Grass pickup is available weekly on Mondays beginning
in April. Grass clippings should be placed in barrels or special
biodegradable bags. Bags can be obtained at local hardware stores.
Brush pickup is available from mid-April through
May, on a weekly basis. From June through October, brush will
be picked up on the first Monday of every month. Brush should
be placed curbside no more than three days in advance of pickup
Leaf pickup begins on the second Monday of October
and will continue until the last Monday of November. Leaves
must not be piled in the road, but as close to the road as possible.
No rocks, sticks, brush or other material should be mixed with
Copies of the weekly schedule and more specific
information may be obtained by stopping at the Village Offices,
or by calling 346-3100 or Highway Foreman Dennis Palmer at 346-2010,
or by visiting the Brush & Leaf pick-up page under the Services
tab of this web site.