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Keen to spring clean? Spring Cleanup is just around the corner!  

Spring Cleanup in Windsor Heights will be on May 13. This is a great opportunity to get rid of large items or extra garbage right at your curb!

What’s Accepted?
Items that can be set at your curb include:

  • Couch
  • Desk
  • Lamp
  • Toys
  • Mattress
  • Chairs
  • Doors
  • Carpet (must be cut into 4’ long x 18” d

What’s Not Accepted? 
Items that should not be set out at your curb for Spring Cleanup include:

  • Appliances
  • Hazardous waste
  • Yard waste
  • Broken glass
  • Tires 

Collection Guidelines
 When you’re considering if an item is accepted during Spring Cleanup, ask yourself:

  • Can two people lift it?
  • Is my pile smaller than the bed of a pick-up truck?

If the answers to these two questions are yes, then kick those items to the curb!

Make sure all your items are set at the curb by 6 AM on your scheduled cleanup day. Some haulers like to start before the sun rises!

68th Street Reconstruction Project

For cleanup day, residents impacted by the 68th Street project should place all allowable material at the end of your driveway by the end of day Thursday, May 11th. The City will assist in getting material to a designated location for pickup.

Wondering about an item that’s not listed above? Give Metro Waste Authority a call at 515.244.0021, or visit www.WhereItShouldGo.com/SpringCleanup


Only residents on city services are eligible to participate in Spring Cleanup.