Provo Spring Cleaning Guide
Updated: May 3
Provo Spring Cleanup starts Monday! Provo City is providing dumpsters free of charge to help you clear out unwanted items, declutter, spruce up your yard, etc. Take a look at the information below for dumpster locations, transfer station coupons, compost yard hours, and more!
Spring Cleanup Dumpsters
Dispose of trash, yard waste, and metals free of charge using dumpsters located throughout the city March 29 – May 8, Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm and Saturday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm. Dumpsters at the compost yard are open Monday – Saturday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Please separate the yard waste and metals from the trash and put them in the appropriate dumpsters. The dumpsters will be closed nightly, and it is unlawful to leave items on the ground. Illegal dumping costs thousands of dollars at the expense of Provo taxpayers and possible discontinuance of the program.
March 29 - April 3 | Lions Park | 950 W 1280 N
April 5 - April 10 | Pole Yard | 2027 W 820 N
April 12 - April 17 | Footprinters Park | 1150 S 1350 W
April 19 - April 24 | Rock Canyon Park | 2620 N 1200 E
April 26 - May 1 | Peaks Ice Arena | 100 N Seven Peaks Blvd
May 3 - May 8 | 3850 N Canyon Rd
March 29 - May 8 | Provo Compost Yard | 1625 S Industrial Pkwy
Provo City residents may take trash directly to the South Utah Valley Solid Waste District Transfer Station located at 2450 W 400 S, Springville, March 29 – May 8 Monday – Saturday, 7:00 am – 6:00 pm, free of charge using the coupon found in your Vol 2 Issue 2 Newsletter. Your “Solid Waste Transfer Coupon” is good for one pickup truck or single-axle trailer load. You must show Provo ID (drivers license or utility bill). All loads must be covered to avoid a $4 tarp fee.
If you have questions about what is acceptable, call Provo City Customer Service at (801) 852-6000 (311), or the transfer station at (801) 489-3027.
Provo Compost Yard
The Compost Yard (1625 S Industrial Pkwy, Provo) will be open all week during Spring Cleanup, and drop off will be FREE during those weeks. Hours of operation will be from 7:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday through Saturday (weather dependent). Drop off material is limited to Provo residents who will need to come with a copy of a current City of Provo utility bill. No lumber, building material, treated wood, logs over 10” in diameter or trash at the Compost Yard. No loads from commercial haulers or landscapers will be accepted.
Organic compost will be available to purchase for residents at $3.00 per yard, and for nonresidents at $6.00 per yard, depending on availability.
Recycling bins are available to residents at Kiwanis Park (820 N 1100 E), and the Compost Yard. Glass recycling is at the corner of 100 W 300 N.
Yard Waste Recycling
Turn your organic yard waste into plant nourishing compost. Sign up for Green Can Yard Waste Collection by calling (801) 852-6000. Green cans are picked up once a week from March 1 – December 2. Your green yard waste cans will be emptied the same day as your regular garbage pickup. Please have your cans on the side of the road by 6:00 am.
Make sure that you are only putting yard waste in your green cans. We are unable to pick up green cans with unacceptable materials in them.
No rocks, dirt, sod, paper, building materials, stumps, roots or animal waste.
The lid should be able to close – brush/limbs no longer than 3’ or hanging over can.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day
(No In-person Event)
Due to COVID-19, Utah County Health Department once again will not be able to hold an in-person event. Instead, residents can bring their Household Hazardous Waste for FREE to the South County Solid Waste District in Springville. This includes electronic waste, paint, batteries, fuel, household cleaners, etc. For requirements and a full list of waste accepted visit suvswd.org/compost.
South County Solid Waste District
2450 W 400 S Springville, UT 84663
Unwanted bicycles can be donated to Provo Bicycle Collective, a local nonprofit. This organization of bicycle enthusiasts refurbished nearly 500 bicycles last year and sent them back out into the local community. Depending on the quality and condition of your bike, it may be fixed by volunteers and given away to individuals in need, refurbished by professional mechanics and sold to fund the shop, or stripped for parts and recycled.
You can be assured that no bike donation goes to waste here and each bike is fully repaired and safety-inspected before leaving the shop for its new owner. Please see their website for shop location and hours. Tax-deductible receipts will be provided for your donation upon request.