Friday, April 27 & Saturday, April 28, 2018 (8:30 am to 4:00 pm both days)
The City of Colwood Public Works Department works hard to keep our city beautiful, clean, safe and running efficiently. One important way they do this is by offering the annual Spring Residential Clean Up program.
The program is offered at Colwood City Hall to Colwood residents for two days each spring.
For a small fee, residents can bring everything from appliances and car parts to carpet and wood waste for recycling and disposal. (Residents will be asked for confirmation of residency.)
CASH ONLY: attendants are only able to accept cash payments.
Appliances, batteries, automotive parts, barrels, bathtubs, bikes, branches with trunks no greater than 100mm (4”) in diameter, bricks, cardboard, carpet, clothing, compost, concrete blocks, electronics, fridges, freezers, furniture, glass, grass clippings, hot water tanks, lumber, rims, rocks, sinks, sports equipment, stoves, de-rimmed tires, toilets, underlay, wire cut into 1 meter lengths, wood waste.
Items Not Accepted
Household garbage, drywall, gypsum board, tree stumps, tires attached to rims, paint, oil, oil tanks, styrofoam or other toxic household hazardous wastes and propane tanks.
Fees (Cash only please)
Fee per Drop Off Visit
|Car Load/Minimum Charge||$20.00|
|*Small Pickup Truck load||$30.00|
|*Standard Pickup Truck Load||$40.00|
|Trailer load (2.5m / 8ft)||$40.00|
|Fridges/Freezers/Air Conditioners/Water Coolers||$25.00 each|
|Minimum Charge for Oversized Loads||$60.00|
|Vehicles weighing more than 2 tons not permitted|
*Note: A truck load is based on the vehicle being loaded to the top of the standard box height.
Colwood City Hall is located at 3300 Wishart Road in Colwood.
Contact Colwood Public Works at 250-474-4133.