Mukilteo Spring Clean-up Scheduled for April 30 or May 2

boxes, garbage, chairs and trash ready at curb to be picked up by garbage truckOur annual spring clean-up is scheduled for your regular solid waste pickup either Monday, April 30 (Waste Management customers) or Wednesday, May 2, 2018 (Rubatino customers).   The City of Mukilteo sponsors this community service for regular residential customers residing within the city limits.  The spring clean-up follows the Garage Sale scheduled for Saturday, April 28.

Large Item Pickup

Items for pickup must be bundled, boxed, or bagged and placed at curbside with your regular garbage containers. Large quantities and large items must be placed at a public street or area where the garbage trucks can easily pick the items up.  There is no limit to the number of bundles but must be light enough for an average person to lift.  Branches/limbs must be wrapped or bundled in lengths of no more than three (3) feet. Large tree rounds or entire trees will not be picked up.

You may arrange for pickup of refrigerators and freezers by calling the City at (425) 263-8000 by 4:30pm Friday, April 27, 2018.  Please remove doors from all appliances prior to placing at the curb, as this could be a safety issue for young, inquisitive children. You don’t need to call us for large items described previously.

Items Not Accepted for Pickup – see flyer below for more information

  • paints or solvents – consider dropping these items off at the Household Hazardous Waste Disposal on McDougall Avenue in Everett
  • pesticides
  • gasoline
  • cleaning materials
  • tires
  • rocks, concrete or construction debris
  • sod, large tree rounds or entire trees
  • TVs, computers, laptops, phones or computer monitors

To recycle electronics:

Contact Ace Metal Company
11110 Mukilteo Speedway
(425) 493-6802

What Else Do I Need to Know?

Read the city’s 2018 Spring Cleanup Flyer on the clean-up event.  Be sure to recycle, compost and donate gently used items. Avoid allowing hazardous waste from entering storm drains to keep Puget Sound healthy!

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