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Free Landfill Day Sept 10Here's your chance to get rid of junk and debris without waiting for Bulk Waste Day:
Free Landfill Day
7 am to 3 pm, Saturday, September 10
- East Oak Landfill – 3201 Mosley Rd.
(N.E. 36, east of Sooner Road, south side of street
- Oklahoma City Landfill – 7001 S. Bryan
- Oklahoma Landfill – 7600 SW 15
- Northeast Landfill – 2601 N. Midwest Boulevard, Spencer, Okla.
(construction and demolition materials only)
Each residential household may drop off one load using a passenger vehicle or truck up to a 1-ton and one trailer up to 16-feet long. Please, no commercial waste haulers.
A current original Oklahoma City utility bill (no photocopies accepted) or a printout of an e-bill is required as proof of residency. Bulk waste rules and regulations also apply to Free Landfill Day. Simply put, that means no appliances containing Freon or other refrigerants, household hazardous waste, tires, oils, car batteries, propane tanks, pool chemicals or electronic waste.
For more information about Free Landfill Day, call Utility Customer Services at 297-2833.
Keep contact information up to date.
You can do so online at: https://myutilities.okc.gov/ Log in then click on Update my Info. Or register if you don’t have an account. The Utilities Department staff will only use your information to contact you by phone, text or email for events, such as:
- Emergency water main breaks, pipeline repairs or projects under way
- Major residential street closures due to work in the street
- Storm debris set out instructions
- Revisions in solid waste collection services
The 2015 Consumer Confidence Report is available for your review. The report shows how Oklahoma City’s drinking water stacks up against stringent federal and state water standards and provides details about the source and quality of your water.More >