17th Annual Firestone Clean Up Day
- April 28, 2018 from 8AM to 4PM
- Firestone Public Works, 7500 Pine Cone Ave. (WCR 20)
- Please see site map below for information on entrance, exit, check in, food drive drop-off, etc.
About the Event
The Town of Firestone hosts an Annual Clean Up Day and Food Drive each spring to allow Firestone residents to bring all unwanted household debris to be disposed of through a community-wide effort. In addition to the cleanup, the Town of Firestone also welcomes residents to donate non-perishable food items as part of a food drive to benefit local food banks. Once items are disposed of, residents are welcome to join Town staff and elected officials for a free pancake breakfast and a hot dog or hamburger lunch.
Household items accepted in the cleanup include barbecue grills, bicycles, cabinets, chain link fences, concrete, doors, furniture, hot tubs, lumber, mattresses/box springs, microwaves, patio furniture, shrubs, steel, stoves, tree branches, washers/dryers, water heaters, yard equipment, yard waste, miscellaneous household debris.
Residents will be asked to separate tree limbs, wood and steel when unloading.
Items NOT Accepted
NO tires of any kind
NO refrigerators, freezers, 55-gallon drums, electronics, TV's, computer monitors and towers, semi-truck or tractor tires.
NO HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE - The Town of Firestone can NO longer accept household hazardous waste, which includes flammable materials, paint, latex and related materials, oil, antifreeze and other car products, toxic material, batteries, aerosol, acids, bases, oxidizers and unknowns. Weld County residents can dispose of these items free of charge year-round at 5500 Highway 52 in Dacono on Fridays, and the first and third Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 970-304-6415, ext. 2233.
Bring Proof of Residency
Firestone residents will be asked to provide proof of residency, either with a water bill statement or other proof of address. Town staff will be available to help unload items for those people who are unable to do so themselves. For more information, call 303-833-3544.