The program starts April 6th and runs through May 1st.
Residents can put large items like unwanted furniture, lamps, matresses and toys out on their regular garbage night.
However, there are items that can't be collected like washers, dryers, stoves, car batteries and electronics.
Tire collection and covered electronics can be dropped off on May 3rd from 9am-1pm at the city municipal garage on Holland Street.
City officials want to remind people that each household can only put out one large item from their household each week.
They also want residents to not put items out more than 24 hours before their collection time.
Please call the Recycling Hotline at 870-1450 with any questions.
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