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Greeley’s Annual Clean-Up Weekend Coming April 29 and 30


Spring arrived and it’s time to clean out the basement, garage, yard, and more. Greeley residents get a special chance to dispose of unwanted items 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30, with the 47th Annual Spring Clean-Up Weekend.

With Greeley’s Clean-Up Weekend event, residents can bring almost everything they might want to discard to one of three drop-off sites designated for household hazardous waste, yard waste, and other debris. Clean-Up Weekend does not allow commercial dumping. All loads of loose materials must be secured with a tarp. Greeley residents must provide ID or proof of residency.

Site #1

This drop site is located on 11th Avenue north of the Poudre River. Please enter on H Street.

  • Cash and check only.
  • Cars and small trucks cost $10 per load at Site #1.
  • Drop off household debris, appliances, furniture, mattresses, and scrap metals.
  • There is a four-tire limit per day. There is a $3 fee for each additional tire. Tires larger than 17 inches or with rims are not accepted.
  • No organics (tree limbs, grass, leaves) are accepted at this site. Visit Site #2 for the disposal of those materials.
  • One-ton trucks and large trailers with more than one axle must use the North Weld Landfill, 40000 Weld County Road 25. A $30 coupon (for each load) allows direct access to the landfill and must be purchased at City Hall, 1000 10th Street by April 29. Residents can also buy vouchers at Site #1 during Clean-Up Weekend. Residents are limited to two coupons.

 Site #2 - Greeley Organic Waste Center

This site is at 1130 E 8th St., one mile east of U.S. 85. The facility is open all year, but reduced rates are offered during Clean-Up Weekend. The site is open during Clean-Up Weekend, but is closed on Sundays. Call 970-673-2042 or visit for more information about this site.

  • Cash only.
  • Grass and leaves are accepted at $4 per cubic yard. For example, a small pickup load costs about $7-$14 and a large pickup-truck load is approximately $10-$18.
  • Clean and mixed wood (OSB, lumber), limbs, brush, sod, and topsoil are accepted at $5 per cubic yard. A small pickup approximately costs $10-$20 and a large pickup costs about $15-$24.
  • Large logs and stumps are accepted at $15 per cubic yard.
  • Drywall, paper or wax-coated cardboard, and painted and treated wood are not accepted.

Site #3 - Household Hazardous Waste

Site #3 is located at 1311 N. 17th Ave., two blocks north of Site #1. Weld County’s Household Hazardous Waste Disposal is open both days of Greeley’s Spring Clean-Up Weekend—and it’s also open all year long on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Call the hotline for more information, 970-304-6415 ext. 2233.

  • Paint, pesticides, batteries, cell phones, fluorescent bulbs, motor oil, and more can be disposed of for free at Site #3.
  • Empty containers or containers larger than 5 gallons are not accepted.

Electronics Disposal
Computers and electronics will not be collected during Clean-Up Weekend. For electronic disposal call Schaefer Enterprises at 970-353-0662 for more information. The site has a weekday drop-off from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at 420 15th St., Greeley. A small fee applies.

For more information, contact the City of Greeley Streets Division at 970-350-9336.

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Release Date:
Mar 30, 2022

Streets Superintendent Jerry Pickett

Contact Us

Communication and Engagement Office

1000 10th Street
Greeley, Colorado 80631


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