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Spring Clean-up Day

Start Date: April 4, 2017 12:00 AM
End Date: April 4, 2016 11:59 PM
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On Tuesday, April 4th, the Village of Versailles will conduct a Spring Clean-up Day to allow residents to discard medium to larger items that will not fit within the Village refuse container. Please sit items out at your normal pick up location for pick up on the morning of April 4th. We hope to be able to pick up all items on April 4th, however, if we cannot finish all pickups that day we will pick them up the following day or days until we are finished.  

This Spring Clean-up Day is intended for items that are too large to go into the refuse container, but could previously be set out and picked up WITHOUT a large item tag.   We will still pick up your normal trash in your Village refuse container on your designated day that week.  This pickup of medium to larger items is in addition to your normal trash pickup!   

Items that previously required a large item tag such as; fence, tires, white goods (appliances; washers, dryers, freezers, refrigerators, etc.), bed springs, furniture, and televisions larger than 19” will still require a large item tag available for $10.00 at the Village Administrative Office at 177 N. Center Street. These large item tags may be   purchased and put out for pick up any week, not just for this Spring Clean-up Day on April 4th. 

Please note, all freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners with Freon must have a tag attached verifying all coolant has been removed or the item will not be picked up. Citizens are advised to contact a qualified company or individual to have the coolant removed.

ITEMS NOT ALLOWED to be included in any collection include; paint, chemicals, household hazardous waste, CFC’s (a class of compounds of carbon, hydrogen, chlorine, and fluorine, typically gases used in refrigerants and aerosol propellants), construction debris, pesticides, insecticides, pharmaceuticals, mercury, fuel.  

If you have questions regarding the Spring Clean-up Day please contact the Administrative Office at 526-3294.

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