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Posted on: December 29, 2020

[ARCHIVED] BIG Weather Change Headed for Granbury on Wednesday; Trash Services May Be Delayed

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The National Weather Service’s Fort Worth Weather Forecast Office has issued a Storm Threat for Wednesday that includes Granbury and the rest of North Texas. A strong cold front is expected to arrive, which will usher in colder temperatures, widespread rain chances and the potential for strong to severe storms and winter weather.

There will be much colder air and gusty winds behind the front on Wednesday. That night will see cold rains transition to a wintery mix with some accumulation possible.

In light of such weather news, Waste Connections (Granbury’s trash and recycle removal contractor), is warning customers of the potential for delays in trash removal on Wednesday transitioning into Thursday.

“This should not affect our operations for your normal Wednesday Residential Service, but there is a chance the weather could change at any minute,” said Sean Dowden, Waste Connections District Manager. “If we are delayed, we will do our best to collect the refuse in a timely manner.”

For questions or more information about possible delays in trash removal, please contact Waste Connections at 800-350-3024, or email Chris Sanchez (, Lauren McNamara ( or Brianna York (  

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