Neighborhood Cleanup Events

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Spring 2024 Cleanup Dates: April 27th, May 4th, 11th and  18th

Fall 2024 Cleanup Dates:  September 14th, 21st and 28th 

Brentwood residents that have an active garbage account are invited to participate in our FREE Neighborhood Cleanup Events. Residents can bring up to 2 cubic yards (1 pickup truck load or a small utility trailer load) of unwanted household items including general yard waste, appliances, furniture, mattresses, metal, computers, TV’s and other electronic waste, free of charge, to the Brentwood Transfer Station.

Online Registration - Opens April 3rd for Spring Events

RESIDENTS MUST REGISTER ONLINE TO ATTEND UTILIZING AN ACCOUNT SPECIFIC TO THE CLEANUP EVENTS.  Do not use your Utility Billing or Parks & Recreation account information.  If needed, click the following link for registration instructions: Neighborhood Cleanup Registration Guide.

Residents must register online by selecting from the pre-scheduled dates and times in order to participate.  

  • Register online for a date/time.
  • Registration closes when at full capacity or 2 days prior to the event date, whichever comes first.
  • Residents may register for one Spring event and one Fall event.

Additional Information

Neighborhood Cleanup Map


Some helpful Tips when loading your vehicle:

To ensure a smooth and efficient drop-off process, we encourage all residents to follow these simple recommendations when loading their unwanted household items of up to 2 cubic yards.

  1.  Wood and tire drop-off happens at the last stop, so we recommend loading these items in your vehicle first. Wood should be unpainted and untreated, and each household can drop off up to 4 tires.
  2. Next, load your e-waste items like old computers, TVs, or appliances. *Remember to remove any batteries before loading these items into your vehicle.
  3. Load yard waste like branches, leaves, and grass clippings.
  4. If you have any scrap metals or miscellaneous metal items, load those next.
  5. Now is the time to pack your general household waste items. If you have items that contain batteries like children’s toys, please be sure to remove all batteries.
  6. Last, old mattresses should be loaded into your vehicle last since that will be your first drop off.

Before discarding items, please check with local donation organizations: Donation Drop Off Locations

*There is a maximum of 700 vehicles per day allowed by permit.

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