Neighborhood Spring Cleanup

FIELD CLUB NEIGHBORHOOD SPRING CLEANUP

Saturday, May 18th at the Field Club Elementary parking lot, 9:00am – 2:00pm

The Omaha Spring Cleanup (OSC) is hosted by the City of Omaha and participating neighborhood associations. The free event provides Omaha residents with the opportunity to recycle or dispose of large/bulky items that are not accepted through curbside trash and recycling services (such as old furniture, appliances, tires, and mattresses).

If you need to recycle or dispose of bulky items before or after OSC, you are encouraged to utilize River City Recycling or Pheasant Pointe Landfill.

For more information, please call the City’s Omaha Spring Cleanup Hotline at 402-444-4636 for more information.

Special Regulated Items
Appliances, tires, and lead acid batteries are accepted as part of the Spring Cleanup, but they are considered “special regulated items” so they may have collection sites that differ from your neighborhood location. See the City of Omaha’s Spring Cleanup website for more information.

Tire Recycling
Tires can be recycled at River City Recycling for a fee outside of OSC dates.

Toxic Materials
If you are a Douglas/Sarpy County resident and you need to dispose of toxic materials (paint, oil, pesticides, and other chemicals), you can drop them off for free at the UnderTheSink facility near 120th & I Streets. Visit UnderTheSink on OSC Saturdays without an appointment from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Yard Waste
Large tree limbs and brush are not collected at your specific neighborhood cleanup site, but you can drop off the yard waste material at the City of Omaha Sewer Maintenance Facility, 6880 Q Street, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on OSC Saturdays.

Prohibited Items
The following items are NOT ACCEPTED at the Spring Cleanup:
Rocks
Concrete
Any items that can be collected via your curbside trash/recycling service
Toxic materials – should be taken to the UnderTheSink facility
Paint
Oil
Pesticides
Other chemicals

https://www.keepomahabeautiful.org/what-we-do/events/omahaspringcleanup.html

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