Community Cleanup to be Held Nov. 6-7

The City of Lakewood will host a Community Cleanup on Saturday, Nov. 6 and Sunday, Nov. 7. Community Cleanups are free events for Lakewood residents to dispose of trash, recyclables, and bulky items.

City of Lakewood Fall Community Cleanup
3869 94th Street SW, Lakewood, WA 98499
Saturday, Nov. 6 & Sunday, Nov. 7

8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The spring event attracted thousands of participants and demand overwhelmed the event. In response, a five-minute unloading time limit is in effect.

Entrants must show a utility bill or I.D. with a Lakewood address. An unloading time limit of 5 minutes will be enforced. No box vans or vehicles taller than 7′ will be permitted. No commercial dumping is allowed. Vehicles must arrive with properly secured loads. All loose trash must be bagged.

Residents must be prepared to back up a steep ramp and unload their own vehicles. Participants must mask up around others and must wear closed-toed shoes while unloading.

ACCEPTEDNOT ACCEPTED
Bagged items
Tires (removed from rims)
Bicycles
Furniture
Couches
Grills
Appliances
Recyclables
Loose Items
Paint
Yard Waste
Construction Waste
Long Lumber (8’+)
Concrete
Auto Parts
Explosive Materials
Propane Tanks
Hazardous Materials
Electronics
Donations
Mattresses

The City’s Garbage, Recycling, and Waste page provides instructions to dispose of specialty items and directions to local transfer stations. The Tacoma Recovery & Transfer Station reopened to Pierce County residents on Aug. 25 (it had been exclusive to Tacoma residents for most of the pandemic).

Additional Links
Garbage, Recycling, and Waste Information
Waste Connections Website