May 12, 2021 Update:
Trucks will be in Section 3 Thursday and Friday of this week; they may also be doing preliminary pickups on Wednesday May 12, but don't worry - they will come back! In addition, reminder that NO FLAMMABLE ITEMS/LIQUIDS should be put out for bulk pickup.
May 4, 2021 Update:
In case you see the bulk pickup trucks in your section of town earlier than scheduled ... please don't worry! They will be in the sections they are supposed to be in on the scheduled days; any days they show up are in ADDITION TO. They often try to get an early start on sections if there is a lot of debris to pick up, but they will go through all sections on the allotted days. Just please be SURE to have it out the night before the first scheduled day of your section's scheduled pickup! They are currently in Sections 1 & 5.
In addition, reminder that NO FLAMMABLE ITEMS/LIQUIDS should be put out for bulk pickup. Equipment with or containers of the following should NOT be put out for collection:
Click here for the full list of what is - and what is NOT - acceptable.
The 2021 Residential Clean-Up Program is back, beginning May 3! That means you need to spend all weekend THIS weekend getting your items to the curb if you're in Section 1. All acceptable materials must be placed at the curb before 7 a.m. on the first clean up day scheduled for a section.
Please adhere to the following schedule and ask that your materials are NOT left at the curbside until the appropriate date.
Section 1 - Monday, May 3 & Tuesday, May 4
Section 5 - Thursday, May 6 & Friday, May 7
Section 4 - Monday, May 10 & Tuesday, May 11
Section 3 - Thursday, May 13 & Friday, May 14
Section 2 - Monday, May 17 & Tuesday, May 18
You can look up your section and can view a breakdown of sections by road list Township Sections by Street Name page.
The contractor will cover each street only once. Therefore, your junk MUST be out for collection on the first day for each section. Small, loose items will be picked up only if suitably placed in a wood, metal, or other substantial container and the weight of the container and contents do not exceed 50 pounds.
All containers with debris in them will be picked up and disposed of by the scavenger unless clearly marked "Return Container."
By state law, doors on cabinets, appliances, and refrigerators must be removed as a safety precaution. Boards, swings, monkey bars and similar items must be dismantled and cut to maximum of 4 feet in length.
Click here for everything you need to know, including what IS and is NOT allowed in pickup piles.