Appointments limited for curbside pickup on Aug. 20 and for household hazardous waste drop-off Aug. 21
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The City of Glenwood Springs will offer additional options for community clean-up this week with curbside pickup by appointment on Friday, August 20 and a drop-off event at the Community Center on August 21. Household hazardous waste can be dropped off by appointment on August 21.
These disposal options are free to Glenwood Springs residents within city limits. Each option has a specific list of accepted items for disposal that will be strictly enforced. Learn more and view lists of accepted items at www.cogs.us/cleanup.
By Appointment Curbside Pick-up – Friday, August 20
Curbside pickup is limited to fifty slots for one standard truckload per household on a first-come, first-serve basis. To reserve your spot, visit www.cogs.us/cleanup or call Bryana Starbuck at 970-384-6441. This curbside pickup is to help folks without access to a truck be able to take advantage of a free clean-up option. Please sign up by 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 19.
Community Drop Off Day – Saturday, August 21
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on August 21, Glenwood Springs residents can drop off select items at the Glenwood Springs community center for free disposal. Additionally, Glenwood Springs is hosting a household hazardous waste drop-off by appointment. To drop-off household hazardous waste at the Community Center, you must have an appointment. To sign up for a hazardous waste appointment, call the South Canyon Landfill at 970-945-5375.
Spring Cleanup Vouchers
The final day to request a voucher by email is Friday, August 20 by 3 p.m. A physical copy of your voucher is required for use at the landfill. You can pick up a printed copy of your voucher at City Hall, office 303. Vouchers can be redeemed for free disposal of one standard truckload of items at the South Canyon Landfill through August. The last day to redeem vouchers is Tuesday, August 31. Learn more at www.cogs.us/368/Spring-Cleanup.
We are very grateful that I-70 has reopened and our haulers will be able to pick up from the recycle center again. During the closure, recycling bins were expertly managed by recycle center staff to keep the center open until bins could be picked up and properly recycled. Cardboard and comingled recycling are transported and processed in a facility in Wolcott where it is processed and re-sold into material markets.
Thank you to recycle staff for your dedicated management to keep the center in service.