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1918 - Box-office superstar William S. Hart promotes 4th series of Liberty Loan (World War I) bonds, which went on sale Sept. 28 [story]
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Do you ever find yourself with an item you want to get rid of, but it is not worthy of donation and is too big for your standard trash cart?

It could be a couch, chair, mattress, bed frame, appliance, other furniture or electronic waste.

Thanks to the agreement the city of Santa Clarita has with our franchised waste hauler, your problem can be fixed for FREE with just a phone call or a few clicks of your mouse.

Each residence that has active trash and recycling service with Waste Management can dispose of large items for free by either scheduling a pick-up or dropping the items off at their Santa Clarita facility during normal business hours.

Before you put your item(s) out at the curb, please contact Waste Management at either 661-259-2398 or via the Internet at least 48 hours in advance.

If you would rather not wait for pick-up, or have more items than the pick-up allows, feel free to visit the Waste Management facility at 25772 Springbrook Avenue (off Railroad Avenue in Saugus 91350) to drop off your items.

This option is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Just stop by the front office to sign in and tell them you are dropping off large items. We hope everyone will take advantage of the free disposal options available to them.

Help keep Santa Clarita clean. If you locate items that have been illegally dumped, please report it to the city through the Resident Service Center.

All illegal dumping complaints are handled by city staff and our waste hauler partners, so if you see any items out on the sidewalk or street, please let us know through the link above or download the Santa Clarita mobile app. Illegally dumped items are an eyesore and we want to keep our city clean and green.​

Visit GreenSantaClarita.com to learn more about illegal dumping.

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11 Comments

  1. Jeanne says:

    Give us the “Spring cleaning day” option we had before being annexed into the city! Once a year you could put unlimited out front by driveway on a Saturday and have picked up for FREE. Great for cleaning out garage! A truck came down every street with a front loader and 2 guys just threw all in. No appointment needed just have out front on the day.

    We also had the 4 times a year 2 or 3 bulky items pick up.

  2. Laura says:

    Jeanne,
    You have the option to set up a Neighborhood Clean Up, where two large 40-yard bins can be placed in your neighborhood for free. Someone just needs to complete a form and commit to notifying the neighborhood. It’s available on a first come, first served basis. Email me if you’d like more information. ljardine@santa-clarita.com

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  4. Mark says:

    I have like 50 14×14 ceramic tiles I need to trash. Do I really have to order a 3 yard roll off? Cant I just bring it to your facility?

    • Hi Mark,
      That would be considered construction and demolition debris and would require you to get a temporary bin or you can take it to a facility that accepts that material. A local facility you could check into is The Conservation Station. They are located at 20833 Santa Clara St and you can contact them at 661-250-5333. Unfortunately project materials such as this do not fall under the free bulky item pick up and drop off program. Feel free to contact me if you have further questions. Thanks! ljardine@santa-clarita.com

    • Jeanne says:

      You can take it to their facility.

      If you would rather not wait for pick-up, or have more items than the pick-up allows, feel free to visit the Waste Management facility at 25772 Springbrook Avenue (off Railroad Avenue in Saugus 91350) to drop off your items.

  5. Hi Mark,
    That would be considered construction and demolition debris and would require you to get a temporary bin or you can take it to a facility that accepts that material. A local facility you could check into is The Conservation Station. They are located at 20833 Santa Clara St and you can contact them at 661-250-5333. Unfortunately project materials such as this do not fall under the free bulky item pick up and drop off program. Feel free to contact me if you have further questions. Thanks! ljardine@santa-clarita.com

  6. Norma Aragon says:

    I need a queen memory foam mattress picked up at:
    The Vistas
    24419 VALLE DEL ORO
    NEWHALL CA 91321. It will be next to the dumpster closest to my condo bldg.

    • Hi Norma,
      No problem, I will try to get that scheduled for you. If you have your own trash account, you should call Waste Management in the future to schedule a pick up. 661-259-2398. If you have a property manager that manages the trash account for the community you would typically go through the property manager to schedule it.
      Laura Jardine
      City of Santa Clarita
      661-255-4376

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