Bulky Pickup

2023 Schedule For Bulk Pickup

Bulky Pickup is by appointment only. Please complete this Bulk Pickup request form to make your reservation for pick up no later than 3 p.m. the Thursday before your ward's scheduled pickup date. No exceptions. Should there be inclement weather during the winter months, your bulky items will have to be rescheduled.


Residents are encouraged to consider donating unwanted items to reduce  waste and help others.  There are many local organizations and community groups that will accept donations of items often put to the curb.  See a complete list here.

*Please Note * Represents a Day Change in Pick Up

March                                       April

Ward 1—March 6                   Ward 1—April 3

Ward 2—March 13                 Ward 2—April 10

Ward 3—March  20               Ward 3—April 17

Ward 4—March 27                 Ward 4—April 24

 May                                            June

Ward 1—May 1                      Ward 1—June 5

Ward 2—May 8                      Ward 2—June 12

Ward 3—May 15                    Ward 3—June 20*

Ward 4—May 22                    Ward 4—June 26

 July                                           August

Ward 1—July 3                      Ward 1—August 7

Ward 2—July 10                    Ward 2—August 14

Ward 3—July 17                    Ward 3—August 21

Ward 4—July 24                    Ward 4—August 28

 September                            October

Ward 1—Sept. 5*                   Ward 1—Oct. 2

Ward 2—Sept. 11                   Ward 2—Oct. 10*

Ward 3—Sept. 18                   Ward 3—Oct. 16

Ward 4—Sept. 25                   Ward 4—Oct. 23

 *change in day of pick-up.   

We Pick Up

  • Doors
  • Furniture
  • Garden Tools
  • Rugs (Cut Up and Tied)
  • Storm Screens
  • Toys
  • Windows

We Do Not Pick Up

  • Alterations or Repairs to Buildings or Other Structures (I.E., Kitchen, Bathroom Remodeling; No Toilets, Tubs, Sinks, Etc.)
  • Appliances
  • Automobile Parts
  • Box Springs
  • Concrete
  • Dirt
  • Logs
  • Materials Resulting From Demolition
  • Mattresses
  • Propane Tanks
  • Railroad Ties
  • Rocks Paint Cans (Latex and Oil Base
  • Tires

All bulky items should be placed between the curb and sidewalk (not in the street) in boxes, bags, containers, etc., not loose in the street.

Photo of Bulk Pick Up