Spring clean-up day in Lake StevensCitizens may bring dump items for removal JOURNAL STAFF This Saturday, May 16, the City of Lake Stevens will be hosting its eighth annual Spring Cleaning Day Event.
Citizens that reside in the city limits of Lake Stevens may bring most of their items that are typically taken to the dump and dispose of them for free at the Lake Stevens High School student parking lot from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. City residents must provide ID with their name and address.
Shred It paper shredding service will be present and accepting personal papers for free shredding. Les Schwab Tire Center will be accepting old tires at no charge. The limit is 10 tires per household and all tires must be standard vehicle size and off the rims. Les Schwab will not be accepting tires on any other day or at any of their stores.
Hazardous waste and E-waste (computers, monitors, TV’s) will not be accepted at this year’s event. A $25 fee will be charged for the disposal of refrigerators or any items with Freon.
Elderly or disabled residents who need help in transporting their items may be eligible for assistance. Dry food items for the Lake Stevens Food Bank will be collected at the event.
To verify if you live in the city limits, find out how to dispose of hazardous waste/e-waste for free, or if you are elderly or disabled and need assistance, please call the Lake Stevens Police Department at 425-334-9537.