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Posted on: March 25, 2019

Marysville offers Clean Sweep for city residents April 27


For spring cleaning season, the City of Marysville is again offering an opportunity for residents to clear out trash and recyclables for free on Saturday, April 27. The event takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Marysville Public Works, 80 Columbia Ave. 

"This is always a popular event with residents. It's a great way for our community to come together and take pride in cleaning up our city," Mayor Jon Nehring said. 

City residents* may bring these items for FREE disposal, recycling or donation: 

  • Garbage (must be bagged)
  • Yard waste (branches, grass and leaves - no dirt, sod or rocks)
  • Scrap metal
  • Appliances
    • Refrigerators & freezers - first 50 accepted free, limit 1/household; $35 disposal fee charged after first 50
    • Washers, dryers, stoves & hot water tanks - no limit
  • Tires (clean, no wheels)
  • Electronics and e-waste
  • Car and marine batteries (lead acid)
  • Clothing and household items (usable furniture, kitchenware, sports equipment, home décor, etc.)

Pro tip: To prepare for Clean Sweep and make your drop-off go as quickly as possible, please load appliances, lead-acid batteries, electronics/e-waste and usable donations into your vehicle last so they can be unloaded first. 

Do not bring these items

  • Wood
  • Household batteries
  • Light bulbs, including LED, incandescent, fluorescent tubes and compact bulbs
  • Hazardous waste, including paint and household chemicals

For disposal options, visit or the Snohomish County Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Station at 3434 McDougall, Everett. 

Prescription drugs are accepted at Marysville Police Department, 1635 Grove St., during regular business hours (Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.). 

*This event is for City of Marysville residents only and proof of residency will be required (driver's license, state ID or city utility bill). One personal vehicle per household; no commercial vehicles. No business/commercial waste. 

Thank you to our event partners: 3R Technology, Pacific Power Batteries and Marysville Value Village.

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