Clean-Up Week: September 18-21, 2023
- All garbage and special items must be out by 6:00 a.m. on the regular scheduled garbage day.
- Place items for special pick-up on the boulevard.
- Garbage must be bagged and placed at normal collection point.
- Separate items for collection. This allows us to recycle tires, metals, woods, appliances, etc.
- Items will be picked up in varied timelines by the type and purpose of the equipment.
- In addition to the regular refuse collection trucks, we have several pieces of equipment collecting various types of clean up week materials for proper disposal.
- Tree branches and lumber must be cut and tied in 4-foot lengths or less and no heavier than 2 people can lift.
Household Hazardous Waste &
Electronic Recycling Center
9am - 2pm Tuesday and Thursdays
9am - 2pm 1st and 3rd Saturday of Each Month
Landfill Disposal during Clean-up Week
In an effort to accommodate residents who wish to utilize the landfill in lieu of curb pick-up during clean-up week, Bismarck residents who present their most recent City of Bismarck utility bill or current drivers license, will have free disposal at the landfill September 18-23.
Collection during Clean-up Week
Crews will not take the following items on the route.
|● Construction Debris|
● Remodeling Debris
● Semi-truck Tires
● Tractor Tires
● Weed Killer
Crews will not pick up appliances or carpet from apartment complexes. Items may be taken to the landfill (charges will apply).
Household Hazardous Waste & Electronic Recycling Center
- The City of Bismarck reserves the right to reject any waste.
- ID is required when dropping off items.
- Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Electronic disposal is free of charge for Bismarck residents. Nonresidents may drop off material for a fee. Stop at the Scale House for disposal procedures.
- Household quantities of hazardous materials like paint, weed killer, other chemicals and electronics can be brought to the HHW & Electronic Recycling Center. Please leave these materials in their original containers if possible and transport them in a cardboard box lined with plastic to protect from leaking.