The City of Idaho Falls will help residents with spring cleanup efforts during the annual Clean and Green Citywide Cleanup, beginning May 4.
Personnel from the Sanitation Division will be available every weekend in May at different locations in Idaho Falls to help collect and dispose of unwanted items, including household solid waste, brush, leaves, construction waste, and bulk items.
“This service provides residents with the option to bring most of their unwanted items to one location where those items will then be sorted and disposed of accordingly by our staff,” explains Idaho Falls Sanitation Superintendent, Jordan Rechenmacher.
Certain types of waste, such as demolition material, metal, hazardous waste, tires, or large appliances are required to be disposed of differently and cannot be accepted by Idaho Falls Sanitation, however there are other places that do take these items. See details below.
CLEAN AND GREEN
During the Clean and Green event, unwanted items, such as those listed above, will be collected between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the following locations:
- May 4-6, Parks and Recreation maintenance building on Old Butte Road near Clarence Drive
- May 11-13, Russ Freeman Park at the recycling bins near Fremont Avenue and Micro Street
- May 18-20, Mel Erickson Sunnyside Park
- May 25-27, intersection of Bennett Avenue and Waid Street
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
The Bonneville County Transfer Station, located at 2455 Hemmert Avenue collects and safely disposes of household hazardous waste. Accepted items include paint thinner, batteries, fertilizer, fuels, and antifreeze.
METAL, LARGE APPLIANCES, TIRES
All demolition material must be disposed of at the Bonneville County Hatch Pit.
This service is provided locally by Western Records Destruction.
- City Map *Zoom in on the map to see details.
- Clean & Green Webpage
- Follow the City of Idaho Falls on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
- Download the new City of Idaho Falls app.
- Idaho Falls Sanitation Division: (208) 612-8491.
- Bonneville County Hatch Pit and/or Transfer Station: (208) 528-5550.
Media Contact: Public Information Officer, Kerry Hammon, [email protected], (208) 612-8122.