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City introduces Fall Clean Up Day event Oct. 19

Event runs 7:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 19 at Public Works

Post Date:09/18/2019 11:15 am

Shakopee, Minn. – Due to popular demand, the City of Shakopee is introducing a new fall Clean Up Day event Saturday, Oct. 19. Drop off items between 7:30 and 11:30 a.m. behind the Public Works building, 400 Gorman St. Enter off Fourth Avenue East.

Similar to the annual spring Clean Up Day, the drop-off recycling event allows residents to recycle old appliances, electronics, yard waste, tires, car batteries, scrap metal and more. New this fall, the city will be expanding its list of acceptable items to include light bulbs, concrete/asphalt, landscape blocks, untreated lumber and more. Visit www.ShakopeeMN.gov/cleanupday for a list of accepted and non-accepted items.

Residents will be charged a flat fee (cash or check) based on type of vehicle hauling the load.

  • Car/SUV/Minivan: $25
  • Pick-up Truck: $30
  • Vehicle with Trailer: $35
  • Moving Truck/Van: $45

Some items may have additional fees. Excessive loads may incur an extra charge. 

Please note, Shakopee Rotary will not be collecting donations for Bridging, Inc. during the fall event.

Clean Up Day is for residents of Shakopee, Jackson Township and Louisville Township (IDs required) and is funded in part through grants received from Scott County and Shakopee's Recycling Rebate Program. Questions can be directed to the Public Works Department at 952-233-9550 or publicworks@ShakopeeMN.gov.

The Scott County Household Hazardous Waste Facility in Jordan accepts many of the items not accepted at Clean Up Day. Learn more on the county website, www.scottcountymn.gov.

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Contact: Public Works Department, 952-233-9550, publicworks@ShakopeeMN.gov 

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