Heads up. Trash pickup soon may cost you more.
The City Council on Monday will hold a public hearing Monday on increasing rates to help offset budget shortfalls the waste management company has experienced the past two years.
Livermore Sanitation is proposing a 19 percent fee increase for 20- and 32-gallon container residential customers and a 14 percent increase for all other customers, according to city staff reports.
If the council approves the proposed rates, Livermore residents would pay $13.76 for a 20-gallon container and $22.96 for a 30- to 36-gallon container.
If approved, the new rates would take effect July 1.
Monday's council meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the , 3575 Pacific Ave.