Released on March 15, 2018 - 1:33pm

It's that time of year again!  Mayor Moe and the City of Laurel are happy to bring you our annual April Spring Clean-Up Events!  During the month of April the Department of Public Works will be holding various events and specials to help our residents clean up their homes!

Electronics Recycling and Paper Shredding

Gather up your old, important papers and old electronics and come down to Public Works, 305-307 First Street, on Saturday, April 21, 2018, from 8:00am to 12:00pm (noon).  Televisions, stereoes, computers, game systems and their accessories can be dropped off free of charge.  If it plays music, video, video games, or an accessory to something that does - it counts!  Things such as microwaves, blenders, toaster ovens and other electrical items that may have a digital display or circuitry are not considered electronics for this event; only entertainment/media electronics will be accepted. 

Chesapeake Paper Systems will be on site with their shredding truck to shred your documents safely.  You can drop your documents off or stand by and watch them get put into the shredder!

During this event we will be verifying that you are a City resident or City business so please bring a driver's license or mail addressed to your City business.  Not all addresses in "Laurel, Maryland" are in the City Limits so please verify you live within the City Limits if you plan to attend.  Montpelier, South Laurel, West Laurel, and Maryland City are not in the City limits.


$10 Discount for First 100 Bulk Pickup Requests

The first 100 residents to request a bulk pickup for both our Wednesday, April 11th and Wednesday, April 25th pickups will have the base-fee of $10.00 waived.  Extra-billable items (such as sofas, appliances, and electronics) will still have a fee. For more information on what has extra charges and how to properly prepare your pickup, please see our Bulky Item pickup page.

  • We will start accepting requests for April 11th's pickup on Tuesday April 3rd
  • We will start accepting requests for April 26th's pickup on Tuesday April 17th


Extra Yard Debris Collections on Mondays

During the Month of April the Department of Public Works will be offering Monday Yard Debris collections in addition to Wednesday yard debris collections.  Yard debris pickups are FREE!  But residents must still call, email or submit a request for yard debris pickups. The deadline for our Monday pickup is the Thursday before.  The deadline for our Wednesday pickup is the Monday before.  For more information on how to prepare your yard debris collection, please see our Yard Debris page.


Community Dumpsters

Multiple Home Owner's Associations (HOAs) in the City of Laurel will have community Dumpsters available for residents to dispose of their bulky items on select Saturdays in April from 8:00 a.m. until noon.  Each Home Owner's Association will contact their members with information on the specific date and items allowed.  The following communities will have Dumpsters for 2018 (rain or shine; there are no rain dates for the dumpsters):

  • Ashford community (April 7th),
  • Chapel Cove community (April 21st),
  • Cherrywood community (April 21st),
  • Cromwell Station I community (April 28th) 
  • Cromwell Station II community (April 14th),
  • Haines Ridge community (Sunday, April 29th) )
  • Laurelton Forest community (April 14th),
  • Scotchtown community (April 28th) and
  • Stonewood community (April 7th)

If you would like more information about what is and is not being accepted by your community's dumpster please reach out to your HOA directly.  Each community will have representatives on site to ensure only households within that HOA use the dumpster.  If your community is interested in requesting a dumpster for the 2018 spring clean-up event or future clean-up events please have your HOA representatives reach out to the Department of Public Works at 301-725-0088 or send an email to [email protected] for more information!

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