Bulky Item & Illegal Dumping

Bulky Items

If unwanted large items or electronic items are unable to be donated for reuse, City of Santa Clarita residents can properly dispose of them for FREE through the following options:

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Single-Family Residents

If you have an individual trash collection account; in good status– START HERE!

Multi-Family Residents

If your trash collection bill is paid through an apartment complex or property management company – START HERE!

Option 1: Drop off your large items or electronic waste for FREE!

Waste Management
25772 Springbrook Ave.
Santa Clarita, 91350

They are open Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Check in at front office and be prepared to provide address and show I.D.

Option 1: Drop off your large items or electronic waste for FREE!

Waste Management
25772 Springbrook Ave.
Santa Clarita, 91350

They are open Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Check in at front office and be prepared to provide address and show I.D.

Option 2: Schedule a pick up at least 48 hours before regular collection day. This service is available up to four times per year, and includes up to three items per pick-up.

Call 661-259-2398 or schedule online at WM.com

Once scheduled, place your items at the curb no earlier than 7:00 p.m. the evening before your scheduled pick-up day.

Option 2: Contact your Property Manager to schedule a pick up at least 48 hours before regular collection day. This service is available up to four times per year, and includes up to three items per pick-up.

Once scheduled, place your items at designated location no earlier than 7:00 p.m. the evening before your scheduled pick-up day

Acceptable bulky items – Furniture, appliances, electronics, tree branches, scrap wood, sod and tires
Unacceptable bulky items – Household hazardous waste (paint, oil, batteries, etc.), construction debris (concrete, bricks, cement, etc.) spas, pianos, camper shells, and any items requiring more than two persons to safely handle.


Illegal Dumping/Abandoned Items

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Illegal dumping damages neighborhoods, ruins the beautiful views of Santa Clarita, threatens the environment, and it’s against the law. If you witness illegal dumping or locate items that have been illegally abandoned in the City right of ways, you can report it online through our Resident Service Center.

Dumping in the Storm Drain

The storm drain system is in place to quickly move rain water from the streets to the river in order to prevent flooding. Improper disposal of paint, motor oil, cleaners, and other contaminants will pollute our river and may affect local groundwater. To report illegal dumping and discharges to the storm drain system, call the City’s Stormwater Hotline immediately at (661) 222-7222.Illegal Dumping Photo