A series of Bulky Block Party events across Oakland invite residents to drop off unwanted bulky household items for free disposal. Music and food trucks will be on hand at each event.
The Bulky Block Party is open to Oakland residents only – proof of Oakland residency such as a household bill will be required (no businesses please). Bring unwanted bulky items for free disposal – limits are listed below.
If you miss the event, bulky pickup service is available to all Oakland residents, including renters.
Next Dates, Locations and Times:
Saturday, November 24th, 2018
9 am – 1 pm
7101 Edgewater Drive, Oakland CA
(bring proof of Oakland residency)
Maximum Allowable Materials:
- Two (2) pieces of furniture
- Two (2) large appliances
- Four (4) passenger auto tires
- Four (4) Mattresses
- Unlimited electronics
- Unlimited plant debris and clean wood
- Unlimited recyclables, scrap metal, etc.
- Small minor home renovation material
- Trash (bagged, boxed) and painted or treated wood
Check out helpful tips for extending the life of food at home through proper planning, storage and eating/recipes.
You can also prevent food waste by sharing (giving or receiving) with your neighbors, with an easy-to-use app – See a short video and learn more.
Bulky Pickup services are available to all Oakland residents, including those in apartments and condos.
If you are a resident or a property manager, you can find complete information, including how to schedule an appointment, and how to properly set out materials here.
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