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WINTER PARK, Fla., an internationally recognized ICMA Excellence Award winner with accredited fire, police and parks &  recreation agencies (May 1, 2012) – It’s that time of year again! Now is the time for spring cleaning and the City of Winter Park encourages residents to participate in the city’s annual Spring Cleanup which will be held during the month of May.

The annual Spring Cleanup provides an extra “bonus” pickup day so that residents can dispose of old furniture, broken appliances and other bulky  items. To take advantage of this convenient service, residents must place their items curbside after 5 p.m. on the evening prior to their second regularly scheduled pickup day.

Quadrant                                                   Assigned Pickup Day
North of Fairbanks/Aloma avenues               Week of May 7
South of Fairbanks/Aloma avenues              Week of May 14

PLEASE NOTE: Hazardous waste, electronics and yard waste are NOT included in the Spring Cleanup.

For more information regarding Winter Park’s annual Spring Cleanup, please contact Utility Billing Customer Service at 407-599-3220 or Waste Pro® at 407-774-0800.

For information regarding additional Winter Park events please visit the  city’s official website at

Time for Spring Cleanup in Winter Park

It’s time once again for another round of spring cleaning, and the City of Winter Park, Fl,  is encouraging residents to come and join the city’s yearly Spring Cleanup, which takes place during the last week of May, until the beginning of June. Four city quadrants are designated clean up areas, but residents are more than free to clean where they please.

This year’s Spring Cleanup also has a pickup day, allowing residents to discard hard-to-dispose items such as broken appliances, computers and other electronics, broken furniture, and other heavy & bulky objects. All residents have to do to avail of this convenience is to place these items outside the curb at 5 in the evening, the night before the scheduled pickup day in their quadrant.

Remember that hazardous waste will still be collected the regular way, and will not be included in the Spring Cleanup. These items include household chemicals, tires, batteries, paints, propane tanks, and pesticides.

The same goes for yard waste, which will still be collected during regular trash pickup days.

So what’re you waiting for?Free up some space in your home and figure out which items can be given to charity or disposed.