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Clean Sweep

Bulky items on sidewalk

The Clean Sweep program is Stockton's clean up program for residents living in single-family homes, duplexes, or triplexes. The program runs from February through October annually. Clean Sweep is a City of Stockton program. If you live outside of Stockton's city limits or in County pockets, please contact the San Joaquin County Solid Waste Division.

Clean Sweep piles are collected by appointment only. Residents must call their garbage company two weeks in advance of their requested appointment date. If you are unsure which garbage company services your home, use the About Your Address feature to find out. 

Three (3) cubic yards of bulky waste will be collected at no charge, once a year, between February and October.

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact your garbage company directly.
Republic Services Logo
Republic Services
(209) 466-3604
Waste Management Logo
Waste Management
(209) 946-5711

 

Guidelines: Clean Sweep Program
How to Schedule a Clean Sweep Appointment
Clean Sweep is by appointment only. One free bulky pick up between the months of February and October each year. Residents must call their garbage company two weeks in advance of their requested appointment date.

Waste Management (209) 946-5711 (green body carts)
Republic Services (209) 466-3604 (brown/dark gray body carts)
Steps to Prepare for Clean Sweep Pickup

The garbage company will provide detailed information on how to set out your pile. Here are a few guidelines:

Items placed at the curb should measure no more than 3 cubic yards (measurements: 3 feet high, 9 feet long, and 3 feet wide).
  • If more than three (3) cubic yards are set out, a bulky waste charge will apply for each additional cubic yard.
  • Piles greater than 10 cubic yards will not be picked up and are referred to Code Enforcement for handling.
Place your discarded bulky items at the curb the evening before your scheduled pickup day.
  • Place items at the curbside in the street in front of your residence and away from vehicles. Do not block traffic.
  • Do not place your pile out until the night before collection. Placing material out before the approved time will result in Code Enforcement action for blocking the right-of-way and a possible fee for removal of the pile.
Do not place loose items at the curb. All items must be bagged or boxed.
  • All bags or boxes must weigh 40 pounds or less when full and be strong enough to hold the items without breaking.
  • Materials that are not in containers will not be collected.
Items Accepted
  • Furniture
  • Mattresses
  • Carpets and pads
  • Appliances
  • E-waste (TVs, computer monitors, VCRs)
  • Up to six (6) 30-gallon bags of household waste or green waste
  • Tires - a maximum of five (5) without rims
Items Not Accepted
  • Loose, unbagged items
  • Dirt, rock or concrete
  • Bags over 40 pounds
  • Engines or engine parts
  • Car batteries
  • Hazardous waste (such as paint, motor oil, pesticides, pool chemicals, batteries, etc.). These materials can be properly disposed of at the San Joaquin County Household Hazardous Waste Facility
  • Medical waste
  • Biological waste
  • Liquids
Concrete, Unwanted Medicines, Sharps
Last Update : 05/29/2024, 8:18:35 AM