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Large Item Pickup & Bag Tags

Large Item Pickup

Residents may request a fee-based, special pick-up by calling the Environmental Service Division at 505-955-2200. Callers will be scheduled for the next available collection slot, but no same day service is offered. Fee: $33.33 for 8 cubic yards or less; $4.17 for each additional cubic yard beyond the first 8 cubic yards (tax will be added to all charges). Customers whose Public Utilities account is delinquent more than thirty (30) days are not eligible for service.

Click Here for Guidelines & Instructions for Large Item Pickup

Special pick-ups may include

What we will NOT pick up

  • Appliances (must be empty)
  • Barbeques (fuel and charcoal removed)
  • Brush, tree trunks, branches and other green waste (must be in bundles or bags). Limbs must be cut to four foot lengths or less and bundled
  • Carpet
  • Doors
  • Furniture (must be empty)
  • Lawn mowers (Fuel and motor oil removed)
  • Lumber
  • Mattresses & box springs
  • Pallets
  • Anything with a title of ownership (automobile chassis, motorcycles, trailers, boats, etc.)
  • Commercial/Industrial generated material
  • Compressed gas/air cylinder(s)*
  • Dirt/Rocks/Concrete*
  • Tires*
  • Hazardous materials*
  • Electronics*

*Check Recycle Coach "What Goes Where" for disposal options for items excluded from large item pickup.

 


Extra Trash Bag Tags

If trash exceeds the volume of the cart, Bag tags may be purchased to affix on additional trash bags for collection. These must be placed curbside by 7:00 a.m. on collection day.

Bag tags are sold in sheets of 5 for $7.50 per sheet, and must be purchased over the phone by calling Utility Billing at (505) 955-4333. Pre-purchased bag tags may be picked up at 801 W San Mateo Rd., but no in-person sales will be conducted at this time.

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