City-Wide Cleanup Acceptable Items

Please review this list carefully. The items listed below are examples of what will be accepted at the City-wide Cleanup. We reserve the right to refuse oversized loads, business waste or unacceptable materials.



                                                                  Acceptable Materials
Acceptable Materials Examples & Specific Instructions
Plastics Lawn chairs, swimming pools, plastic bins, tubs, baskets, playground toys, truck bedliners, buckets, flower pots, all large bulky plastic items.
Automotive Batteries No cracks or leaks
Appliances- Large & Small All small appliances with cords, toaster, vacuum cleaners, hair dryer & large appliances; washer/dryer, refrigerators/freezers (must be cleaned out), dishwasher, hot water heater, air conditioner, stoves (range).
Clothing Must be clean and dry clothing, please place in plastic bags.
Ink Cartridges- ink/toner No cracked or broken cartridges.
Tires (Limit 5) Limit 5 per vehicle, no larger than 17 inch.
Building Materials/ outdoor supplies (All items working or not, broken is okay) & scrap wood.

Cabinets, counters, bathtubs, sinks, doors, light fixtures, plumbing fixtures, dry carpet padding, mattresses, box springs, gutters, conduit, ABS- PVS & plastic drain pipe, bricks, stepping stones, bicycles, swing sets, BBQs, lawn furniture, fencing wire, fence posts, wrought iron fencing/railings, metal building materials & supplies, chain, fence boards, fence posts, plywood scraps, particle board, roofing material, lumber, lawnmowers, rototillers.

Propane Tanks (Limit 3) Limit 3 per vehicle. 
Electronics  Radios, computers, printers, copiers, VCR/DVD players, cameras, stereos, CD players, fax machines, surge protectors, typewriters, keyboards, DVDs, cd, computer manuals.
Yard Debris Tree trimming and brush* please keep separate from dirt rock and concrete.
Scrap Metal Automotive wheels (tires removed), bicycles, exercise equipment, wrought iron, railings, and lawn furniture, car parts (fenders, hoods, brake drums, etc.), damaged metal building materials.
Furniture (Any Condition) Couches, chairs, tables, bed frames, futons, desks, dressers.
                                                                Unacceptable Materials
Unacceptable Material What can I do with it?
Garbage Garbage needs to be disposed of at the landfill or though your regular garbage service.
Fluorescent Lights Most lighting and hardware stores in the area will take florescent bulbs under 4 feet for free. Be sure to call first.
Alkaline Batteries Alkaline batteries are safe to throw away in the garbage.
Household Chemicals Lane County Waste Management. Please contact them for paint, pesticides, herbicides, aerosol cans.
Electronics-- Computer monitors and TVs Please take to your local thrift shop.