Republic Services provides Citrus Heights residents with Neighborhood Cleanup service 3 times per year. This service helps with disposal of bulky trash like old furnishings, appliances, e-waste, and tree branches.
Want to know when your bulky trash pick up day is? The map below shows the collection schedule. Republic Services notifies residents of their exact pick up date with a door hanger one week before pick up day. Residents can also call Republic Services at 916-725-9060 for more information. Please remember to set out material for collection no more than 2 days before your scheduled pick up day. This will help minimize illegal dumping and unwanted scavenging.
- All materials must be set out for collection by 6 a.m. on the scheduled collection date.
- Loose material must be placed in disposable containers like cardboard boxes and large plastic bags for loose leaves.
- Only put Acceptable material out for collection (see list of Acceptable Materials below)
- Property owners and/or residents may incur penalty fees for violations, such as oversized piles, disposing of unacceptable materials, or putting material at the curb too early or too late for collection.
- Pile size can be up to 10 cubic yards per pick-up (10' x 7' x 4').
- Appliances (refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, air conditioners) - must be placed away from pile for separate collection
- Branches (must not exceed 6 feet in length and 4 inches in diameter)
- Computers, monitors, electronics, and televisions - must be placed away from pile for separate e-waste collection
- Furniture (chairs, sofas, dining tables)
- PVC / plastic pipes (no steel pipe)
- Tires - (limit 4) must be placed away from pile for separate collection
- Wood, not to exceed 6 feet in length and 4 inch in width. Fencing must be disassembled. (Treated wood requires special handling and is not collected as part of the Neighborhood Clean-Up Program.)
- Automobiles or auto parts, including camper shells
- Backyard spas
- Boats or boat parts
- Bullets / shells / explosives
- Commercial or contractor waste
- Construction materials (concrete, dirt, rocks, bricks, sheet rock, roofing material, etc.)
- Treated Wood
- Foul materials of any sort
- Household hazardous waste (paint, pesticides, oil, cleaning products, batteries, etc.)
- Household waste
- Liquid waste
- Medical waste
- Universal waste (such as fluorescent light bulbs or products with mercury)
Materials must be set out at the curb (not in the gutter) and must not obstruct sidewalks or roadways. Materials may not be placed:
- Next to parked vehicles (must be 6 feet from any vehicle)
- Next to garbage or recycling carts
- In ditches or on private property
- Against fences or buildings
- Blocking sidewalks or streets
- Have all of the materials you plan to discard ready to move to the curb
- Bundle up tree branches
- Remove all appliance doors for safety
Page last updated November 16, 2021.