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Scottsdale is home to many art lovers. They appreciate the nuances in each piece of pottery, the stroke of the lines in every painting and the shading in every tattoo.
Those who enjoy beauty so much have a true loathing for bulk trash. The unsightly piles of broken patio furniture, tree branches and stuffed garbage bags loitering in neighborhoods takes its toll on the art lover's peace of mind. Plus when bulk trash week arrives they can expect to see the vultures converge, trying to salvage what they can from the garbage piles. A joy to any neighborhood... strangers digging through your trash.
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From its official incorporation in 1951 with a population of 2000, the city of Scottsdale has grown to a 2010 Census of 217,385. It is now the state's sixth-largest city. Scottsdale is commonly defined by its high quality of life, and in 1993 was named the "Most Livable City", in the United States by the United States Conference of Mayors.
Population 239,283 | Median Income for Household $80,306 | Median Age 46.9
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The tabs below provide a summery of what you need to know about the City's curbside pickups. AZ Junk is not partnered or affiliated with the City. The following breakdown has been collaborated by us as a resource to our visitors seeking various options to rid themselves of clutter – Because Life's Better Without Junk.
Scottsdale is home to many art lovers. They appreciate the nuances in each piece of pottery, the stroke of the lines in every painting and the shading in every tattoo. Those who enjoy beauty so much have a true loathing for bulk trash. The unsightly piles of broken patio furniture, tree branches and stuffed garbage bags loitering in neighborhoods takes its toll on the art lover's peace of mind. Plus when bulk trash week arrives they can expect to see the vultures converge, trying to salvage what they can from the garbage piles. A joy to any neighborhood... strangers digging through your trash.
At least three feet from your brush pile can be the rest of your bulk trash, which is basically furniture, and a few other large items. They won’t take any hazardous materials, like pesticides, batteries, paint or strippers. No no no, paint strippers. But come to think of it, they probably wouldn’t take real strippers either. Also no trash, glass, or anything that may have been left over after a remodel. So like we said, furniture ... and an old barbecue maybe?
Set up your piles in a neat orderly arrangement along your property line. If it's all a mess some of it might get left behind and you'll probably be judged by your haughty neighbors too. Each pile of junk has a time limit, and if your pile exceeds the buzzer, then whatever is still on the ground, gets left behind.
In an effort to keep these abhorrent scenes to a minimum, Scottsdale offers bulk trash services to its residents once a month. As far as public works goes, that's pretty generous especially if your landscaping schedule coincides with their pick up schedule. We say landscaping because that is the majority of what the City expects to pick up. Tree trimmings, yard waste, and clippings make up the majority of the City's collections. But these items need to be set up in a separate pile from the rest of your bulk trash. Although that may seem like an unnecessary pain in the ass, the City collects yard waste separately from bulk waste, in order to send it out for compost, and that's an admirable act. So take the extra time to separate your junk.
The smart people over in Scottsdale punch the clock early, so make sure your brush and bulk piles are ready to go before 5 a.m. the Monday of your collection week. Hopefully, they won't be there long enough for the badgers to move in.
Check Scottsdale's Solid Waste Department website to figure out when to plan your yard work. If that doesn't work for you or if you've just got actual bulk trash that you need to get rid of, call AZ junk instead. We'll be right there, and we don't discriminate when it comes to junk. We take it all.