County engineer Neal Carson says the transition from using dumpster sites is currently taking place between the county and Arrow Disposal, the company that was awarded the collection contract.
Five trucks will run five different routes, five days a week. The switch is expected to take place May 3.
"We've given them a list of residences based on our billing when we bill out the $100 per year fee," said Carson. "And they have mapped out those homes on county maps. That is how they will locate the homes to put the cans out."
The 95-gallon garbage containers provided to residents are free.