Nevada Heights Neighborhood

If you live in the Nevada Heights Neighborhood, and are interested in signing up for the free garbage pickup event, please fill out the form below. If you have any questions, please check our Frequently Asked Questions list at the bottom of the page. The free garbage pickup event will take place on the following dates:

Small Items and Regular trash: June 5th and 6th, 2019

Large Furniture Pickup: August 7th, 2019

Large Appliance Pickup: August 8th, 2019

After you register, we will send you a confirmation email to let you know we received your registration. Once we review your your registration, we will email you again to let you know what day your have been scheduled for.


Nevada Heights Neighborhood Council
4707 N. Addison St.
Spokane, WA 99207
Email: nevadaheightsnc@gmail.com
Phone: (509) 489-2099

We're sorry, but the registration period is currently closed for this year's events.

 
 

Click on the questions you have to see the answer. Don't see our question below? Feel free to email us at nevadaheightsnc@gmail.com, or call us at (509) 489-2099, and we will get back to you ASAP!

Yes, it's completely free! This is an annual event hosted by the Nevada Heights Neighborhood Council, in partnership with the City of Spokane's Solid Waste Collection (the same people who pickup your trash weekly).

Just about anything! We only ask that you follow these few simple rules:

  • All items must be light and small enough to be picked up by one person
  • NO items that contain compressed refrigerants (no refrigerators, air conditioners, etc.) or petroleum products

Curbside Collection (Small Items/Regular Pickup) Guidelines

The City reserves the right to refuse to haul anything considered dangerous, hazardous, toxic, corrosive, or reactive including but not limited to items that contain Freon, fluorescent lighting tubing, compact fluorescent light bulbs or any other mercury-containing lights, and paint.

  • Not accepted: items over 85 lbs, large appliances or oversized items, recyclable (big blue cart) materials, or batteries. Small appliances, such as microwaves, are OK, as are mattresses and box springs.
  • Electronics such as TVs, computers, monitors, DVD players and E-readers can be dropped off for free at Goodwill stores or other participants in the E-Cycle Washington program. Visit ecyclewashington.org or call 1-800-RECYCLE for more information.
  • Household items must be in standard 32-gallon cans, automated carts of any size, boxes, bags, or bundles. Any receptacle other than 32-gallon cans or automated carts may be considered trash, and requests for replacement will not be recognized.
  • Materials must be available on the curb for pickup by 7:00 AM the morning of the event.

Large Furniture & Appliance Guidelines

The City reserves the right to refuse to haul anything considered dangerous, hazardous, toxic, corrosive, or reactive including but not limited to items that contain Freon, fluorescent lighting tubing, compact fluorescent light bulbs or any other mercury-containing lights, and paint.

  • Acceptable large appliances: old refrigerators and freezers (no Freon), hot water heaters (drained), trash compactors, stoves, ovens, washing machines, dishwashers, air conditioners, BBQs, and other such large items. Doors/shelves must be removed from appliances to avoid injuries from opening/falling out.
  • Acceptable large furniture: cabinets, couches, dressers, desks, chairs, tables, etc. Doors/shelves/drawers must be removed to avoid them from falling out and causing injury.
  • Items must be at the curb by 7 a.m., no exception. No items from inside yards, houses, in alleys or off of porches will be picked up.

We are allowed to pick up no more than 6 items per address for the curbside pickup, and 3 items for large appliance/furniture. Have more than items? Try asking your neighbor if they will register for a pickup, so you can get rid of your extra stuff! Note: Households that exceed the guidelines for pickup can be billed for the excess!

Place all items you have scheduled for pickup on the curb near where you normally put your garbage can. Please be sure to have everything put out by 7AM on the morning you are scheduled for pickup, or we may miss it!

Please be sure to have everything put out by 7AM on the morning you are scheduled for pickup, or we may miss it!

Books N' Bytes, Inc. did! Their owners, Jarren Long and Debra Shutt, just happen to be members of our neighborhood council!