Municipal Services 
Garbage & Recycling

RMVB Garbage Pickup Summer Schedule

Door-to-door pickup is as follows:
  • MONDAY – Albert Beach, all areas south of Arthur Road and west of Ateah Road, including Ateah Road
  • TUESDAY – All avenues in Restricted Area north of Arthur Road including Sunset Boulevard
  • WEDNESDAY – Municipal garbage enclosures in all areas.
Garbage is to be placed in garbage bags and left in containers (preferably bear-resistant ones).
Containers are to be placed in the front yard (not on the road allowance) by no later than 8:30 am.


Non-Household garbage may be taken to TRAVERSE BAY LANDFILL:
Tax Payers from the Municipality of Victoria Beach can obtain a landfill pass from the municipal offices during regular operating hours.  Passes are also available from the Information Gate during the summer.
Located at PTH#11 – 3 miles east of PTH#11 &#59 intersection.
WINTER HOURS - November 1 - April 30 
OPEN DAILY (except Wed & Thurs) – 9 am to 5 pm.
SUMMER HOURS - May 1 - October 31
OPEN DAILY 9 am - 5 pm

RMVB Recycling Program

The recycling depot is located on PTH #59 east of the Gate Information Office.  Recyclable materials include – aluminum & tin cans, plastic containers #1, #2, #4, #5 & #7, glass, paper and cardboard. We ask that you rinse your bottles and cans and remove lids.  Crush or flatten all boxes prior to placing them in the bin. All our recycling is hand-sorted at Environmental Options depot in Lac du Bonnet so your responsible recycling practices at our bins helps improve the overall efficiency of our recycling program here and at Environmental Options.  NO GARBAGE IN THE RECYCLING BINS PLEASE. Place your household garbage in the garbage bins beside the recycling bins.
Please visit our Household Hazardous & E-Waste page for a complete list of acceptable items and our new program for these items.

For further information you can also visit the website of Product Care at or call 1-888-772-9772 for information and sites for the recycling of household paint, flammable liquids, waste gasoline, pesticides, toxics, corrosives and physically hazardous materials in Manitoba.
Visit the website of the Electronic Products Recycling Association at for information and sites for the recycling of electronic products such as computer components, printers, TV’s, audio and video systems, microwave ovens and other household electronics in Manitoba.