Glenwood Spring Cleanup begins April 14
GLENWOOD SPRINGS ” It’s spring cleaning time again.
The Glenwood Springs Spring Cleanup will be held from April 14-25. Unwanted items and yard waste will be picked up at the curb.
This is a city of Glenwood Springs residential service only. Sorry, no commercial service.
Limited to one dump truckload (five cubic yards) per residence.
Hazardous items cannot be picked up (batteries, tires, paints, gas or air cylinders,
gas tanks, sealed containers, waste motor oil, antifreeze, copiers, television sets or
computer monitors, etc.)
Refrigerated appliances will be picked up only if they have a “freon free” certificate
Tree limbs should be cut into lengths no longer than six feet and stacked neatly.
Place items out by 7 a.m. of the first day of cleanup in your area.
Items need to be set into the street in front of your residence. Trailer park residents must keep items in front of their residence or next to the road adjacent to the home.
No community piles allowed.
Keep all debris separate form regular household trash containers so as not to
interrupt regular trash service.
City crews will not go onto private property to pick up items.
Crews will make only one trip through the neighborhood. It’s important all items be
ready by the start date for your area.
Please do not place items against any buildings, fences, etc.
Do not place items out that are not to be removed: wheelbarrows, trash cans, tubs,
etc. All items in the pick up area will be removed.
Do not place items on grass or landscaped areas as machinery may cause damage.
The city will not be responsible for damage in these cases.
For additional information, call public works at 384-6379.
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