From appliances to furniture, if you have old junk sitting around your house or garage that you need to get rid of, your chance is coming up.
If you live on Maumee Street or anywhere north of it: Your pickup date is Saturday, June 6. Items can be placed on the curb for pickup starting Wednesday, June 3, and they must be put out by 7 a.m. on the Saturday of pickup.
If you live anywhere south of Maumee Street: Your pickup date is Saturday, June 13. Items can be placed on the curb for pickup starting Wednesday, June 10, and they must be put out by 7 a.m. on the Saturday of pickup.
What’s accepted: Household trash, couches, chairs, washers, dryers, stoves, appliances (as long as any freon has been removed). Small items should be boxed, bundled or bagged.
What’s not accepted: Hazardous waste, tires, car parts, concrete, dirt, construction debris, outdoor fencing, oil, liquids of any kind, hot tubs, railroad ties, yard waste, appliances with freon.
What to do with hazardous waste, tires, electronics, etc.: The Lenawee County Solid Waste Department is having a spring collection event from 8 a.m. to noon this coming Saturday, May 16, at three locations — the Lenawee County Fair and Event Grounds, the Goodwill store on Division Street, and Wacker Chemical on Sutton Road. Click here for more information.