Lakewood Cleanup Day Saturday, October 15
Published on September 09, 2022
City of Lakewood residents will have the opportunity to clear out unwanted appliances, furniture, electronics and other items from their homes and get those items reused or recycled during Lakewood’s free citywide Cleanup Day from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Jeffco Stadium on 500 Kipling St.
It is free to drop off items except for televisions, that require a $30 fee each, cash or credit cards accepted.
Residents need to bring proof that they live in Lakewood and allow plenty of time to drop off their items as Cleanup Day is very popular. Residents will enter the site from Kipling St. and will be directed to exit onto the 6th Ave. frontage road. Last entry will be at 2 p.m.
Regular recyclable items such as plastic bottles, newspaper, glass, cardboard and cans will not be accepted, and can be recycled with resident’s curbside pickup. Yard waste including trees, branches and shrubs can be taken to Jefferson County slash drop-off locations. Slash locations will be open Thursday through Sunday at most locations. For more information and slash collection locations, visit Jeffco.us/Slash.
Items accepted at cleanup
- Furniture, mattresses, box springs and bed frames.
- Appliances including stoves, ovens, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, refrigerators freezers, microwave ovens and wood stoves.
- Sinks, toilets, bathtubs, carpet, flooring, doors and windows.
- Electronics including computer monitors and computers.
- Televisions require a $30 fee, cash or credit cards accepted.
- Engine blocks, car parts or small gas engine equipment.
Items not accepted at cleanup
- Landscaping materials and fencing.
- Yard waste including trees, branches and shrubs.
- Scrap lumber or drywall.
- Household chemicals, paint, fuel tanks or cans, propane bottles, light bulbs -- these can be recycled at the Rooney Road Recycling Center, by appointment only, for a nominal fee.
- Gravel, asphalt, rock, sod, earth, concrete, brick, blocks, pavers or roofing material.
- General household trash or loose debris that would normally be picked up by a residential trash service.
- Materials or debris from a private contractor’s work.
- Regular recyclable items such as plastic bottles, newspaper, glass, cardboard and cans - these can be dropped off at the Quail St. Recycling Center.
For a complete list of items that will be accepted during Cleanup Day, visit Lakewood.org/Cleanup or call 303-987-7193.