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Curbside Bulky Waste Program: Residents Encouraged to Prepare for Upcoming Collection Dates

Midvale City residents are gearing up for the upcoming Bi-Annual Curbside Bulky Waste Program, as the city unveils the collection dates for the initiative aimed at maintaining community cleanliness.

Designed to provide a hassle-free solution for the disposal of large and bulky items, the curbside bulky waste program is available to all Midvale residents who subscribe to garbage services through Midvale City Utility Billing. It's important to note that this excludes most Homeowner Associations and all apartment complexes, as they are not enrolled in garbage services through Midvale City Utility Billing.

Residents are reminded to properly box, bundle, or bag approved items for curbside pickup. However, hazardous materials such as oil, batteries, paint, tires, and other pollutants will not be collected during this service.

Scheduled according to residents' regular trash pick-up days, the Spring 2024 collection dates are as follows:

If your regular trash pick-up day is: Your Curbside Bulky Waste pick-up day is scheduled for:
Monday Monday, April 1, 2024
Tuesday Wednesday, April 3, 2024
Wednesday Monday, April 8, 2024
Thursday Wednesday, April 10, 2024

Preparation is key, as residents are encouraged to place their properly prepared items curbside up to one week before the scheduled pick-up dates. Collection will commence no later than 6:30 a.m. on the designated Curbside Bulky Waste pick-up day. Furthermore, residents must ensure that their items do not obstruct sidewalks, gutters, storm drain inlets, water meters, or the free movement of traffic.

The Bi-Annual Curbside Bulky Waste Program aims to foster community involvement in maintaining the cleanliness of Midvale City. Residents are urged to participate in the initiative to contribute to the improvement and upkeep of their neighborhood's aesthetic appeal.

For additional information regarding the program and its guidelines, visit the 2024 Curbside Bulky Waste webpage.