Annual Spring Clean Up

Annual Spring Clean Up
Posted on 03/05/2020

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Curb Side Event - Monday May 4


W H O ?

This service is for City of Norwalk residential garbage customers only.


W H E N ?

All items must be placed at the curb no later than Monday, May 4 at 6:00 am.


W H A T ?

Annual curbside pickup of extra items. This is your chance to spring clean, BUT make sure you follow the rules!


W H E R E ?

This is at your curbside, but there will also be a drop off at Public Works for items not accepted at curbside. Please see the backside of this flyer for Drop Off Event Information.


Items not accepted at curbside but can be brought to Drop Off Event: Appliances, TV's, electronics, oil & car batteries.


R U L E S :

Ask yourself these questions -Can two people lift this item? -Is my pile smaller than the bed of a pick up truck? -Does my garbage fit into bags or containers?

No concrete or construction materials will be accepted


No household hazardous waste will be collected at this event. Year round drop off locations are available in Bondurant and Grimes. www.mwatoday.com or contact City Hall at 515.981.0228 ext 2221 for local options.


Regular trash and recycling will be picked up on your normal collection day.


For other disposal options contact MWA at 515.244.0021 or visit their website at www.whereitshouldgo.com.



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Drop Off Event - Saturday, May 9 Public Works Facility - 2626 North Ave


W H O ?

This service is for City of Norwalk residential garbage customers only. Proof of residency required (Photo ID and City water/garbage bill).


T I R E  D I S P O S A L

Residential customers are allowed up to 5 tires off rims per household. No

rims accepted. Non accepted tire items - Tires from any business, farm or tractor tires, solid tires, such as lawnmower, forklift or golf cart tires, rims from tires and tires containing hazardous materials.


P A P E R  S H R E D D I N G

Each household can bring up to 5 bankers boxes of paper for shredding. Make sure all records are paper only. Wet or moldy papers will not be accepted. No electronic media or 3-ring binders.




O I L  A N D B A T T E R I E S

We will take used oil and anti-freeze in sealed containers only. Limit 5 Gallons. Whole auto batteries are accepted, cannot be leaking.


A P P L I A N C E  & E - W A S T E D I S P O S A L

This is the only time stickers are not required for appliances. Public Works

will accept appliances and e-waste for this one day only. Appliances must be empty and include: refrigerators, freezers, stoves, air conditioning units, dehumidifiers, water heaters, furnaces, thermostats, washers, dryers, dishwashers and microwaves. E-waste items include: TV's, stereos, computers, monitors and related items.


W O O D C H I P S & C O M P O S T

Free wood chips and compost will be available to residents. Limited quantities available while supplies last. Bring containers and load yourself. Limit 1 cubic yard each.


S C R A P  M E T A L D I S P O S A L

We take clean (without plastic or wood) metal to recycle. Please make sure it is easily handled and can be moved without equipment. We do reserve the right to refuse material if it does not comply. Click here to download the information



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