Clean Sweep 2020
Clean Sweep, a City-wide bulk pick-up service offered once a year at no cost for Centerville residents, has been rescheduled for the beginning of August (see schedule).
The City set a record in 2019 by collecting 428 tons of bulk waste during Clean Sweep. The City anticipates this year will likely exceed that amount, and as a result is spreading neighborhood pick-ups across two weeks.
Monday waste collection – Monday, August 3
Tuesday waste collection – Tuesday, August 11
Wednesday waste collection – Wednesday, August 5
Thursday waste collection – Thursday, August 13
*Please see this color-coded map.
All items should be placed at the curb by 7:00 a.m.
“We know how much the community values this additional no-fee service, and it is one we are proud to offer again in 2020. We appreciate our residents’ patience as we made adjustments to protect the safety of our customers and our employees,” Centerville City Manager Wayne Davis said.
It is imperative that residents follow the guidelines to make this service possible. Unacceptable items will not be picked up and may be referred for a code enforcement violation.
Bulk item pick-up requirements:
- All household trash or loose debris must be either bagged or put in a container.
- Large items such as carpet, wood and countertops must be no larger than four feet in length
- Mattresses and box springs must be sealed in plastic. Bags are available for $3 at Public Works or for purchase at local home improvement stores.
- Bundled brush must be bound in no larger than ten-inch diameter bundles that are less than four feet long.
Items not accepted:
- Hazardous items (chemicals, oil, fertilizers, propane or gas)
- Non-bagged or containerized household trash
- Concrete, rock, dirt, loose brush, firewood, tree stumps and root balls
- Vehicle parts, including batteries and tires
- Paint cans, unless open and with dry paint
- Concrete or posts with concrete on them
- Unwrapped mattress or box spring
- Wood with nails (Please bend nails over.)
- Carpet rolls longer than four feet.