WC residents can drop off unwanted items Friday or Saturday
By ANNE BLANKENSHIP – Daily Freeman-Journal
Area residents will have an opportunity to clean up their properties and get rid of unwanted items Friday and Saturday as the City of Webster City hosts a clean-up, drop-off event at the Webster City Middle School.
The event will be held Friday from noon until 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. City officials said the purpose of the event is to clean up Webster City and allow residents to dispose of items that cannot be placed in regular garbage or be recycled.
There is no charge to drop off approved materials, according to city officials. The event is only for Webster City residents, however. And officials reminded the public that the city will continue to enforce nuisance abatement laws for non-compliant properties.
Items that will be accepted include:
• Household furniture
• Grills/lawn furniture
• Scrap metal items
• Exercise equipment/bicycles
• Mattresses/box springs
• Carpet pieces
• Computer towers
• Box fans/ceiling fans
• Other miscellaneous items
Items that will not be accepted include:
• Propane tanks/cylinders
• Large amounts of building materials
• Nothing with liquid in it (paint cans, oil cans, etc.)
• Hazardous materials
• Computer monitors or keyboards
• Concrete, bricks or rocks
• Roofing material
• Yard waste
- No regular household garbage will be accepted.
For more information, call city hall at 832-9151.
Last modified: June 6, 2018