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Community Cleanup Program

Call2Haul Curbside

The Community Cleanup program has been discontinued for 2021.

 

The Community Cleanup program which previously offered neighborhood-specific cleanup events has been cancelled. Residential customers can still take advantage of curbside collection of unwanted or unusable items through the Call-2-Haul program. 

Call-2-Haul is a service for residential customers to use up to twice per year at no additional cost. Customers can clean out unwanted or unusable items from their homes that may be difficult to get to the Tacoma Recovery and Transfer Center or are not accepted for regular curbside collection. Items can be placed on the curbside for scheduled, no-contact pickup by Solid Waste crews. Customers can also self-haul items to the Tacoma Recovery and Transfer Center as part of Call-2-Haul at no additional cost, but must schedule a self-haul appointment in advance.

 

Learn More About the Call-2-Haul Program

 

 

Community members are also encouraged to explore other City of Tacoma programs aimed at helping improve and clean up our neighborhoods: 

 

TacomaFIRST 311
The City of Tacoma’s Customer Support Center provides a “one-stop shop” for City services, and offers 311 telephone support, online resources and mobile app connectivity. To report illegal dumping, blight, or other environmental concerns, customers can dial 311 within Tacoma city limits or (253) 591-5000 from anywhere else. Customers can also access TacomaFIRST 311 online resources here.
Adopt-A-Spot and Neighborhood Litter Patrol The Adopt-A-Spot Program is a year-round partnership between the City and neighborhood groups, businesses and residents to help reduce litter and keep public spaces clean. Learn more. 
Tacoma Recycle Center and Household Hazardous Waste Facility Tacoma residents can bring unusable items to the Recycle Center and Household Hazardous Waste facility for free disposal. The Recycle Center accepts many items that may not be accepted for curbside recycling. The Household Hazardous Waste Facility accepts hazardous materials for safe and responsible disposal. View the Recycle Center and Household Hazardous Waste Facility guide here. 
Litter Free 253 Litter Free 253 is a group of volunteers organized through the West End Neighborhood Council, and supported by the City of Tacoma, working to keep Tacoma clean through city-wide cleanup events and litter pick up opportunities. Learn more.
Waste Free 253
 Waste Free 253 is a collection of resources to help Tacoma residents be more aware and responsible about personal waste prevention and reduction. Even small, daily actions aimed at reducing consumption and waste can help us achieve our collective environmental goals. Learn more.

 

For questions, contact Solid Waste Management at (253) 502-2100 or solidwaste@cityoftacoma.org