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Citywide spring cleanup is rescheduled for Sept. 17

 

Last updated 7/13/2022 at Noon

The City of Mukilteo and Waste Management have rescheduled the annual spring curbside cleanup for Sept. 17.

The residential cleanup, set for last May, was postponed due to capacity issues at all Snohomish County transfer stations. The curbside cleanup is now confirmed for the Saturday after the Lighthouse Festival.

"We appreciate your patience and look forward to bringing this event back to the community," Mukilteo Mayor Joe Marine said.

Items accepted are:

• No more than 1 yard of materials (approximately five bags) and weighing not more than 65 pounds total; and

• Up to two larger items such as mattresses, sofas, and large chairs.

Items for pickup must be bundled, boxed, or bagged, and placed at curbside where the regular trash containers go by 7 a.m., Sept. 17. Large items must be placed at a public street where large trucks can easily pick the items up.

Paints, solvents, pesticides, gasoline, cleaning materials, tires, rocks, concrete, construction debris, sod, yard waste, TVs, computers, phones, or electronics are not allowed. For Electronic and Appliance recycling contact Ace Metal Company at 425-493-6802.

More information can be found at http://www.mukilteowa.gov/2022-spring-cleanup.

If you have questions call Waste Management at 1-800-592-9995 or email: [email protected]

 

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