Despite forecasts indicating rainy, chilly weather to come later this week, spring has officially arrived, and for many people, that means it’s time to do some spring cleaning.
The Town of Herndon will hold its annual spring clean-up on April 21-23, allowing residents to leave out large and bulky items on the curb for pick-up. Eligible items include:
- Appliances with their doors removed
- Vehicle parts and plumbing fixtures up to 50 pounds
- Tires (maximum 2 per household)
- Limited amount of building materials (approximately one cubic yard, lengths not to exceed four feet)
Trash collectors will not pick up loose yard waste, auto parts in excess of 50 pounds, large quantities of building materials, bricks and blocks, electronics (including televisions, stereos, computers & peripheral), or household hazardous waste.
Pick-ups will take place on residents’ regularly scheduled trash collection days.
“Items should be placed curbside by 6am on your trash day only, but no earlier than 24 hours prior to pickup,” the Town of Herndon said in a news release. “Please place items away from containers used for regular trash collection.”
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