Spring Cleaning Made Easy
It’s time to open up the windows, grab the mops and declutter. It’s spring season! While you’re busy scrubbing, you can think of all the benefits to spring cleaning. After the floors are shining and the dust is gone, there’s always one question that remains, what to do with all of that remaining junk once you finish your spring cleaning? Well now is your chance to declutter your home and get rid of those piles of clutter at the 2018 Spring Cleaning Event at The Grange Saturday, May 12th from 10:00AM – 4:00PM.
Bring Your Junk To The Grange Parking Lot
If you’re a resident of The Meadows, bring your unwanted items to The Grange parking lot on Saturday, May 12 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m for the 2018 Spring Cleaning Event. There you will find multiple organizations ready to take your spring cleaning leftovers.
What can you take to?
Paper Shredding – If you have unwanted paper documents that you want shredded, drop them off to the mobile shredding truck. You can fill up to three banker’s sized boxes to be shredded.
Donate Items – You can bring a wide variety of items to donate. The Salvation Army will be on site to take your donations.
Electronic Recycling – Have an old computer, printer, or a pile of old cell phones? You can bring them by to be recycled. Note: this station can’t accept T.V.s or appliances.
Project Recycle Bike Drive – Bring your old bikes for a great cause. Project Recycle is a local non-profit organization that gives used bikes to underprivileged families.
Trash – If you have any trash that’s accumulated, bring it by as there will be several large garbage containers available.
Recycling – Recycling containers will also be onsite for general household recyclables. If you have boxes, you must break them down and flatten them before tossing them in the recycling bin.
Medication Drop-Off Site – Thanks to the Castle Rock Police Department, you can safely dispose of prescription medications, over the counter drugs, ointments, and any pet medications. Place your medications in a plastic baggie, properly label them and drop them by the CRPD booth. They cannot accept liquids, radioactive medication, needles, aerosol cans, thermometers, or illegal drugs.
DO NOT LOAD THESE ITEMS
Before you load up everything, please take note that certain items will not be accepted. Old televisions, hazardous waste of any kind, soil, sod, rocks, uncut or untied branches, bricks, concrete, auto parts, liquid waste, fire extinguishers, propane tanks, paint, stains, insecticides, tires, and car batteries.
Visit meadowslink.com for a complete list of items that won’t be accepted.
Complete your spring cleaning with one stop at The 2018 Spring Cleaning Event. Bring your key fob and driver’s license with your Meadows address to The Grange on Saturday, May 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Learn more at.