Curb It Clean Up Week

Dated: 04/01/2015

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If you spent Spring Break cleaning up your yard, this is the week to put out those paper sacks of landscaping waste without needing overflow stickers. Cut tree and shrub sticks to four feet or less and bundle them together to put out with the trash.


If you were out of town and didn’t have a chance to get your waste out to the curb, you can order a sheet of five overflow stickers for $5.10 by emailing stickers@cityofboise.org.


Have appliances you need hauled to the dump? Call Republic Services at (208) 345-1266 for free pick up.


Not sure where to look for other services in Boise? Feel free to contact us! We’d love to help.

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Janet Jameyson

In her previous career as an organizing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Janet Jameyson took the stress out of her clients' lives. Her goal is to bring that same organized professionalism and high....

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