Colwood City Hall (Black Press file photo)

Annual Spring Clean Up at Colwood City Hall

Colwood residents can recycle and dispose of items at City Hall next weekend

It’s spring cleaning time again and next weekend Colwood residents can recycle and dispose of everything from appliances and car parts to carpet and wood waste at Colwood City Hall.

The City of Colwood Public Works Department is hosting its annual Spring Clean Up program to help keep the city clean and safe.

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The program runs on April 26 and 27 and there is a small fee associated with it, depending on what residents are dropping off.

Several items including appliances, sports equipment, stoves and de-rimmed tires can be brought to City Hall. However, items like household garbage, drywall, tree stumps, oil tanks and toxic household hazardous wastes will not be accepted.

The minimum charge for a car load or appliances is $20. The minimum charge for oversized loads is $60. Payments will only be accepted in cash.

READ ALSO: Kootenay couple calls cops when spring cleanup unearths bomb

For a full list of items that can or cannot be disposed of as well as fees, go to https://www.colwood.ca/news-events/community-calendar/event/colwood-spring-clean-2019

Further questions can be directed to Colwood Public Works at 250-474-4133.

shalu.mehta@goldstreamgazette.com


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