MAYOR’S SPRING CLEANUP
Waste Management will be picking up your unwanted items on the following days:
East of the Interstate
Mayor’s Cleanup Day will be the first weekend in May on Saturday
West of Interstate
Mayor’s Cleanup Day will be second weekend in May on Saturday
Be sure to have all items at the curb by 7:00 AM on the day of the pickup.
Please mark any trash cans you want to save.
The following items will NOT be accepted:
- Railroad ties
- Normal yard waste that can be disposed of on your regular trash day
- Vehicles and/or major auto parts
- Buildings, major building parts, or large piles of building materials
- Concrete chunks (ALL SIZES)
- Asphalt shingles over 65 lbs. In total weight
- Animal carcasses
- Banned substances such as:
- waste oil
- explosive material
- medical waste
- highly combustible material
- any other toxic or hazardous substances
Call the Regional Collection Center at 515-967-5512 for information regarding hazardous substance disposal.
The following appliances will NOT be accepted:
To arrange for a pickup of any of these appliances, call Waste Management at 515-262-4040. Seven (7) large item stickers per appliance will be required.
To find out if your items are eligible for pick up, please call Waste Management at 515-262-4040.
Only residential passenger car and truck tires can be accepted and recycled by Metro Waste Authority. Public Works crew will pick these items up. Place your tires (off the rim) at the curb. Tires on the rim will not be picked up. Solid wheels such as those on go-carts, lawnmowers and golf carts may be placed in with regular garbage as they are not considered “tires” and cannot be processed by equipment normally used to recycle tires. The tire collection program is open to residents only, and each resident is limited to five passenger or truck tires.
For other types of tires such as large, oversized tires, semi, farm, and tractor tires can be delivered to Metro Park East Landfill. The fees range from $5 to $20 each or $110 per ton and more information can be obtained by calling 515-967-2076.