Fall Cleanup 2015

Fall Cleanup

Ready to clear the garage of unwanted and never–used items? Need to dispose of the cut grass and tree trimmings that weigh down the black garbage cans? Take advantage of the annual Fall Cleanup 2015.

Separate yard waste and metals and dispose of the material in dumpsters at six locations throughout the city from September 28 – November 7, Monday – Fri. from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sat. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dumpsters at the compost yard are available until 6 p.m. Saturdays. (Dumpsters are closed nightly and no material may be left on the ground.)

LOCATIONS:

➤ Sep 28 – Oct 3
200 N Geneva Road — Fort Utah Park
1625 S Industrial Parkway — compost yard

➤ Oct 5 – Oct 10
100 N Seven Peaks Blvd — Peaks Arena
1625 S Industrial Parkway — compost yard

➤ Oct 12 – Oct 17
3850 N Canyon Road — Field
1625 S Industrial Parkway — compost yard

➤ Oct 19–24
950 W 1280 N — Lions Park
1625 S Industrial Parkway — compost yard

➤ Oct 26-31
2620 N 1200 E — Rock Canyon Park
1625 S Industrial Parkway — compost yard

➤ Nov 2-7
1150 S 1350 W — Footprinters Park
1625 S Industrial Parkway — compost yard

TRANSFER STATION

Provo residents may take trash directly to the South Utah Valley Solid Waste District transfer station (2450 W. 400 South, Springville) free of charge (using the coupon on page 2 of the August Newsletter) Sept. 22–Nov. 1, during normal business hours, Mon.–Sat., 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cover loads to avoid a $4 tarp fee.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Do not dispose of rocks, tires, concrete, tree stumps, refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, or household hazardous waste such as pesticides in the dumpsters or at the transfer station. Call the Provo City Customer Service at 801-852-6000 or the transfer station at 801-489-3027 for information and questions about what is acceptable. 

LEAF BAGS

You can also find a Leaf Bag Coupon in the August Newsletter good for five free leaf bags that can be picked up at the Public Works Dept., 1377 S. 350 E. Leaf bags are collected curbside November through December.

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  1. Jo Ellen Taylor

    I love this service. It is one of the best things about living in Provo!

  2. Erla

    Where does one get rid of junky TVs?

    1. John

      Take it to the South Utah Valley Solid Waste in Springville.

      -John

  3. Virginia

    Why has the site on Grandview Hill been stopped? It was very well used.

    1. John

      Virginia – I’m not sure of why it’s been discontinued. Are you comfortable calling out 311 and asking?

      -John

  4. Bill Pier

    In November and December will they pick up bags of leaves that are not in city bags but in regular black commercial ones?

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