City of Fargo Offers Fall Cleanup Week…But You’ll Have to Haul It

The landfill will be open during regular hours and is free from October 14th through the 21st

FARGO, N.D. — For the first time ever, the City of Fargo will hold a fall-clean up week.

Unlike the popular spring cleanup week where the city picks up your junk, you will have to bring your items to the city landfill yourself.

The landfill will be open during regular hours and is free from October 14th through the 21st.

The landfill supervisor says this is the perfect opportunity to lighten the load in the spring and keep the city clean.

“People for a week can bring their household waste, their couches, and old mattresses, anything they don’t want to sit on to wait for spring cleanup they can bring it to us,” said Paul Hanson, the Fargo Landfill Supervisor. “It’s important because it gives a chance for people to clean up and basically clean up the city.”

This fall cleanup is free for people living in Fargo only.

Some proof of residency may be required.

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