Public Works

GLP Public Works & Land Management Department.  

This department encompasses the following areas:
  • Road Maintenance
  • Drainage
  • Paving
  • Traffic Control
  • Snow Removal  
  • Trash Pick Up
  • Management of GLPA owned properties


Residential Curbside Pickup
The GLP Association provides curbside residential trash and recycling pickup to all households every Monday morning.

The 2024 pickup calendar can be found here.

All trash should be placed in either garbage or recycling toters at the curb by 7am. Position toters so that the handle is towards house and space them 18-24" apart. The toters to be used have been provided to each house by our trash contractor, CWPM. Contact the office if you have questions, 860-536-4736.  For more information see the FAQ's document.
Organic Yard Waste
Limited organic yard waste is picked up along with the trash. Please place in garbage toters.
Recycling is “fully commingled” meaning that all plastic, metal, and cardboard may be placed in same container. Please refer to the full list of recyclable items here

Brush & Leaf Pick Up - We have arranged for our trash haulers to pick up yard waste  this Fall:
  • Wednesday, November 20th, 2024
  • this is yard waste only.  Grass, leaves, and clippings must be in paper bags, brush must be bundled into 4' lengths and tied.   Please bring them to the road side

Bulky Waste Pick Up
Bulk waste pickup days for 2024 are: June 12 and September 18.   
 Acceptable Items:  Furniture, Small bundles of wood – must be tied in 4’ sections, Large yard toys & equipment.
Accepted with additional pre-paid fee (call 860-447-1473 to pre-pay) Box springs & mattresses
Not accepted: Paints, Hazardous waste, Appliances, Masonry, Construction debris, Metal, Tires, and household trash
Homeowners may schedule their own bulk waste pick up by contacting our contractor, CWPM, at 860-447-1473.  
Casino Dumpster
The dumpster behind the Casino is for the exclusive use of the Point Spa, Yacht Club, and other Casino events.  Please do not drop your household trash in the dumpsters.  Green and blue “toters” are in this vicinity for the convenience of boaters. All others should use curbside pickup. 

Questions? Contact: Glenn Lussier, Director of Public Works & Association Land Management,