Mark your calendar! Saturday, April 23 is Spring Clean Up Day for Paducah and McCracken County residents. This is the FREE day, rain or shine, to get rid of household garbage and hazardous waste, old tires, appliances, e-scrap, and more.
Spring Clean Up Day will be from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Republic Services transfer station, 829 Burnett Street. All Paducah and McCracken County residents must bring proper identification (such as a driver’s license) to verify residency.
Accepted items include
- Household trash
- Major appliances (tagged Freon-free)
- Tires (limit of 8 tires; no heavy equipment, solid, rubber track, or foam-filled tires)
- Household hazardous waste (labelled and in original container)
- Expired or no longer needed prescription medications
- Batteries and e-scrap.
No medical waste, commercial waste, or radioactive items will be accepted.
Spring Clean Up Day is funded in part through a Household Hazardous Waste Grant through the Kentucky Division of Waste Management. Partners include City of Paducah, Clean Earth, Inc., Liberty Tire, McCracken County, McCracken County Sheriff’s Department, Paducah Police Department, Paducah Power System, and Republic Services.
For more information, call the Public Works Department at 270-444-8511.