What is NOT allowed during City Wide Clean-Up?
Regular garbage is still subject to the TAG program for garbage. The following will not be collected: televisions, computer monitors, appliances (freezers, refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, dishwashers, microwaves, water heaters, water softeners, trash compactors, furnaces, dehumidifiers, air conditioners, space heaters), tires, lead-acid batteries, recyclable material, yard waste, wood waste (brush, branches), construction & demolition material (bricks, stones, concrete, rubble, asphalt, shingles, lumber, pallets, siding, drywall, landscape timbers, railroad ties), liquids (paint, automotive products, household chemicals), hazardous material (explosives, waste soaked in volatile & flammable material, poisons, radioactive material, waste contaminated by infectious or contagious disease, other material which may present a special hazard to personnel, equipment or the public), propane tanks, helium tanks, and auto body parts.

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1. How do I dispose of an appliance?
2. When is City Wide Clean-Up?
3. Can I haul junk to the Landfill for free during City Wide Clean-Up?
4. How do I dispose of a bulky item, like a couch, other than during City Wide Clean-Up?
5. How do I dispose of a television?
6. How do I dispose of electronics like a computer or computer monitor?
7. What is NOT allowed during City Wide Clean-Up?
8. How do I dispose of auto body parts?