Clean-Up Week returns to Moorhead in May

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) – Spring Clean-Up is returning in Moorhead. Last year, the city canceled the annual event because of the pandemic. Instead of one week, the city says they will break the work into two weeks this year to lower the risks for both workers and citizens. The first week will be May 3-7 and the second will be…

Cleanup Week begins Monday

People can dispose of tires, appliances and other large items for free

FARGO-MOORHEAD — Cleanup Week for cities across the metro begins Monday. Those living in Fargo, West Fargo and Clay County can toss out larger items they no longer need. This year, the pickup schedule will match each household’s recycling collection day. Unwanted items should be set out before 7 a.m. Two appliances and up to four tires and rims will…

Moorhead curbside Cleanup Week canceled

MOORHEAD, Minn.–The City of Moorhead has canceled its curbside Cleanup Week. The event was originally postponed until September, but has officially been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Moorhead residents will instead be allowed to drop large items off at the City’s Solid Waste Transfer Station beginning September 14 until September 18. The Transfer Station will accept items from 7 a.m….

People in the Metro Get Ready to Dump Their Junk for Cleanup Week

They're throwing away extra garbage that isn't usually picked up during regular garbage collecting

FARGO, N.D. — When driving around the streets of the metro this week, you may see a few unusual things sitting on the curbs. Laundry baskets, boogie boards, and even toilets are lining the streets as people are planning for the start of the metro-wide Cleanup Week. People say they’re happy they get to throw away things that can’t fit in…

It’s Time To Recycle Your Old Electronics And Prepare To Toss Your Junk On The Curb

Cleanup Week Begins Monday In FM Metro And The Grand Cities

FARGO, ND — It’s time for the annual Electronics Recycling Event in Cass County. People living in Fargo, West Fargo and rural Cass County can recycle televisions, computers and other electronics free of charge. There is a limit of just two items per person. You can drop them off Saturday from 8 to noon at the Solid Waste Facility located at…

Fargo Landfill Offers Free Drop-Off for Household Items This Week

The free drop-off will be offered from October 13-20

FARGO, N.D. — If you have unwanted household items and don’t want to wait until Cleanup Week, you can drop it off for free at the Fargo Landfill. From October 13-20, people who live in Fargo can bring items to the landfill at no charge. They will not accept appliances with freon, building materials, or household hazardous wastes. The Landfill has…

Donation and Recycling Options Available Ahead of Cleanup Week

People can put what they find while spring cleaning to good use

FARGO, N.D. — The city of Fargo and the community have many options for donating or recycling your used goods ahead of Cleanup Week. People could donate their old electronics at the solid waste facility. Recycling them ensures they won’t just end up in a landfill. “The old tube TVs that come in, they will literally get taken apart by hand so…

Fargo-Moorhead Goes “Out with the Old” By Filling Streets Ahead of Cleanup Week

People across the metro put out their unwanted goods for Fargo Solid Waste to pick up

FARGO, N.D. — Old couches, mattresses and even musical instruments give some new character to the streets of Fargo. “I find it unique. You know I’ve lived in many other places and never have I seen anything like this where the city is willing to pick up your stuff if you leave it on the curb,” said Michael Dillon of Fargo….

Don’t Throw Out All Of Your Trash Just Yet, FM Metro

Cleanup Week Begins Next Monday

MOORHEAD, Minn. — People in the metro are anxious for the annual Cleanup Week but officials in Moorhead say ‘not so fast’. Cleanup Week is May 7 through the 11. They ask that you not put your excess garbage out before Sunday since blowing debris, rodents and unsightly conditions are a concern. If you just can’t wait, Moorhead Transfer Station…