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Spring Clean Up Week

Spring Clean Up Week is held annually in early May as a service to Grafton residential citizens. City trucks start at the north side of town and work their way to the south, picking up undesirable items. Items must be placed on curbsides, a ways from fences, trees & structures, so a payloader can easily load the items. Metal must be placed in a separate pile.
2024 Spring Clean Up Flyer

What items will be picked up?
  • Bikes
  • Grills
  • Furniture & Carpet
  • Batteries
  • Car Seats with Straps Cut
  • Appliances & TVs
  • Metal
  • Computers/Monitors
  • Small Quantities of Building Materials, NO Shingles
What items will NOT be picked up?
  • Tires
  • Chemicals
  • Large amounts of construction waste
  • Paint or empty paint cans
  • Concrete
Call 352-0563 for guidance on how to dispose of these items.
  • No Household Garbage
  • No Grass/Leaves/Trees or Oil
I missed the day, or my items didn't get picked up.
  • Items can be taken to the transfer station for a fee.
I am a business; will my items be picked up?
  • This service is only available to residential areas; you may haul your items to the transfer station.
Where is the transfer station, and is there a fee?
Address: 463 Detweiler Drive (north of Water Plant)
Phone Number: 352-0563
Facebook: @RefuseDisposal
  • Open year-round Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm, pending available staff. Check for Summer hours.
  • Most items accepted. No compose, oil/oil filters or liquids. Paint must be dried in cans with covers off. 
  • There is a fee - charges are based on items and/or weight.
  • The transfer station is owned by Refuse Disposal Service, Inc.
Where do I put my grass clippings, leaves, and trees/branches?
  • The drop off point for City residents is on the corner of Wakeman Ave. and 5th St.
  • NO plastic bags or any other items allowed at this site.
2024 Spring Clean Up Flyer