Annual Spring Curbside Cleanup

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Spring Curbside Cleanup

The Annual Spring Curbside Cleanup is Saturday, April 27, 2024. Please place your unwanted items at the curb before 7 a.m. Please do not set out appliances or electronics. You may drop off your old appliances and electronics (see list below) at the Eaton Police Station located at 224 First Street from 8 a.m. to noon. This cleanup event is for Eaton residents who pay Town utilities. 

Acceptable Curbside Items

Bulk item piles are limited to 4x4x16' area (roughly the size of the back of a pickup). Items too large or heavy to be lifted safely by a two-person crew or too large to fit into the collection vehicle will not be collected.

  • Bagged grass/yard clippings and leaves
  • Bagged/boxed excess trash
  • Household items: furniture, glass tables (remove glass, box and label the glass), mattresses (wrapped and pest-free), sofa sleepers (remove mattress to reduce weight)
  • Other items too large to fit in your trash cart
  • Tree branches (cut, bundled, and tied 3" in diameter or less and 4' or less in length)

Items NOT Accepted Curbside

  • Appliances and electronics (see below)
  • Asbestos material
  • Batteries (all types)
  • Car parts
  • Chemicals: pool and garden, oil, paint and paint-related products, flammable and combustible liquids (such as gasoline, lighter fluid or kerosene), vehicle fluids (such as antifreeze or transmission and brake fluid)
  • Construction material (such as concrete, rock, and stone)
  • Contaminated soil
  • Fluorescent bulbs and ballasts
  • Medical waste
  • Oversized items (such as pianos, pool or air hockey tables)
  • Propane tanks
  • Tires
  • Tree stumps

Acceptable Items at Police Station Drop-off 

  • Appliances (refrigerators/freezers with refrigerant/freon will be accepted) NO microwaves
  • Electronics: computers, phones, printers, fax machines, photocopiers, stereos, VCRs, TVs

Shredding Services

The Eaton Sertoma Club and Bank of Colorado will sponsor free shredding services at the Bank of Colorado parking lot at 55 S. Elm Ave from 10 a.m. to noon. Limit: two boxes per resident.