Trash and Recycling
The City of Littleton does not provide trash-hauling or recycling services, nor can the city endorse or recommend any trash or recycling services. Littleton property owners can choose which company they would like to provide recycling and/or trash removal at their residence. The city encourages neighbors to talk to each other about trash and recycling services and attempt to coordinate service for their street, block or neighborhood.
Phone, Internet, Cable TV, Satellite TV
Many private communication companies service Littleton and the
greater Denver Metro area. Use your favorite search engine to find a
company that fits your needs and budget.
Sewer and Storm Drainage The South Platte Water Renewal Partners is the third-largest water renewal facility in Colorado and cleans nearly 24 million gallons of wastewater a day from 300,000 residents in Littleton, Englewood and 19 other connecting communities. It is publicly owned and operated by the Cities of Littleton and Englewood. Most City of Littleton residents receive a bill from city for their sewer/storm drainage utilities; connecting communities are billed by their local sanitation district. View a map of the plant's service area.