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City's Fall Clean-up Day is September 28th

SEGUIN, Texas – City of Seguin residents will have an opportunity to get rid of unwanted items at the City’s Fall 2019 Clean-Up Day on Saturday, September 28 from 8 a.m. until noon at the Seguin Coliseum parking lot.

“The city hosts clean-up days every fall and spring. We hope citizens make it a habit to clear out their yards and homes of unwanted, broken or old stuff. We’ll take care of the next step - getting it disposed of properly,” said Jennifer Sourdellia, Public Information Officer.

Seguin residents are encouraged to bring unwanted items from around the home for free disposal. Participants must show a photo ID or utility bill as proof of residency in the city limits. City employees will be available to assist residents unloading vehicles and trailers. 

A maximum of 10 automobile tires will be accepted, however tractor, mower, bicycle and ATV tires will not be collected. Tires with rims or tires larger than 19.5 inches are not allowed. Tires from local businesses will not be accepted.

Paper shredding will also be available as a free service at the event. Residents are encouraged to bring any documents containing sensitive information for secure on-site shredding and disposal.

Brush, hazardous chemicals/waste, construction or building debris, old fences, sheds or torn down building materials will not be accepted. Appliances with Freon or other refrigerants are not allowed.

WHAT: Fall Clean-Up Day
WHEN: Saturday, September 28th, 8 a.m. – noon
WHERE: Seguin Events Complex (Coliseum), 950 S. Austin Street
WHO: Seguin residents within city limits (proof of residency required.

ACCEPTED ITEMS:

  • Junk disposal
  • Scrap metal
  • Appliances (w/o freon)
  • Automobile tires (no larger than 19.5”)
  • Paper shredding

NOT ACCEPTED:

  • Hazardous material or chemicals
  • Brush/limbs
  • Fences, sheds, construction materials
  • Appliances with Freon
  • Tractor, mover, bike or ATV tires
  • NO tires from local businesses

For more information, please call the Public Works Department at (830) 401-2416.