What items are accepted in the curbside bulky trash collection program?

The list of acceptable materials includes:

    Carpet and padding (Limit of carpet and padding is 324 sq. ft. - rolled and tied on ends)

    Doors and cabinets

    Furniture: such as sofas, coffee tables, bed head/footboards, dressers, tables, chairs, etc.

    Mattresses and box springs (must be covered in protective plastic encasement)

    Hot water heaters and push lawn mowers (Remove the gas tank and drain the oil from lawnmowers)

    No more than two (2) large bags of smaller household items such as knick-knacks, home décor, small kitchen appliances (i.e., toaster ovens, toasters, blenders, air fryers, crock pots) can be set out instead of two regular bulky items. The two (2) large bags count as the two (2) maximum bulky items that can be set out on trash collection day

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1. What services are included in Clear the Curb Waste Collections?
2. Why is the County offering curbside bulky collections alongside weekly scheduled trash?
3. What items are accepted in the curbside bulky trash collection program?
4. What if I have four (4) standard bulky items that need disposal?
5. What will happen if I set out more than two (2) standard bulky items on my trash collection day?
6. What happens if my bulky items are missed?
7. What other options do I have to get rid of large bulky items that do not fit into my trash cart or trash bag?
8. Can I set out appliances and scrap tires without making an appointment?
9. Does the County offer any other new Clear the Curb Waste Collection Services?