Spring Cleanup – 2024

Spring Cleanup logoSpring Cleanup for 2024 has ended.  To dispose of bulky items at this time read up on the bulky disposal program by clicking here.

The Spring Cleanup program is a joint effort between the City of Omaha and participating neighborhood or homeowner associations. The annual free event provides Omaha residents with the opportunity to recycle or dispose of large or bulky items that are not accepted through curbside waste services (such as old furniture, appliances, tires, and mattresses).

Spring Cleanup is open to all City of Omaha households. Residents do not have to be a member of a neighborhood or homeowner association to participate. Only residential household items are accepted (commercial waste is prohibited). Residents must unload their own vehicles; no assistance will be provided.


The 2024 Spring Cleanup will take place over five consecutive Saturdays beginning April 20 (4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18). Each Saturday multiple neighborhoods in a specific section of the city will accept items for disposal and recycling between 9:00AM – 2:00PM.


When it becomes available after registration, a map of locations with dates for the 2024 Omaha Spring Cleanup is available at the bottom of the page click here, or in its own tab click here.  For just a listing of locations, click here.

You can also call the Omaha Spring Cleanup Hotline at 402-444-4636 for more information. The locations follow this pattern:

  • April 20 — Southeast
  • April 27 — Northeast
  • May 4 — Northwest
  • May 11 — Central
  • May 18 — Southwest


Neighborhood/homeowner associations are managed by the City of Omaha’s Planning Department. To look up your neighborhood/homeowner association, click here.  For the Planning Department’s resources for neighborhoods, click here.

Examples of Accepted and Common Items
(not a comprehensive list)

  • Small tree limbs up to 4 inches in diameter
  • Brush
  • Furniture (couches, chairs, mattresses, etc.)
  • Carpet
  • Television
  • Microwave (not an appliance)
  • Auto parts
  • Tires without rims (at designated sites only), but no tractor or bike tires
  • Lead-acid batteries (at designated sites only)
  • Appliances (at designated sites only)
  • Swing sets
  • Bicycles
  • Lumber
  • Drywall
  • Toilet
  • Sink
  • Cabinets
  • Water heater (not an appliance)
  • Empty cans, pails, and buckets
  • Railroad Ties must be cut into 1 foot pieces for disposal (no site will accept full-size railroad ties)  [For regulatory information, click here]
  • Old trash cans & green recycling bins

Prohibited Items
(not a comprehensive list)

  • Commercial waste
  • Rocks and concrete
  • Tree trunks and logs larger than 4 inches in diameter
  • Tree stumps
  • Dirt
  • Household garbage (putrescible waste) – put out with your normal trash collection.
  • Dead animals, manure, and animal bedding
  • Landscaping timbers
  • Construction debris
  • Tires still on rims
  • Rocks and concrete
  • Full-size railroad ties – The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy (NDEE) has published a guide for disposal. To view the guide, click here. Contact the NDEE for additional information at 877-253-2603.
  • Propane tanks and other pressurized cylinders
  • Household Hazardous waste including, but not limited to auto fluids, paint, solvents, and lawn chemicals.  Take to UnderTheSink, 4001 South 120th Street.  On Cleanup Saturdays UnderTheSink is open from 9AM to 2PM and does not require an appointment.  However, residents are encouraged to call 402-444-sink [7465] before proceeding to assess the wait time and prevent traffic being backed up onto 120th Street.

Additional Details:

  • Please note that residents are responsible for transporting and unloading their own items at a Spring Cleanup site.
  • Yardwaste will be accepted ONLY at the designated yardwaste site, City of Omaha Joint Use Maintenance Facility, 5225 Dayton St.
  • For additional questions or concerns, please email: CleanUpOmaha@cityofomaha.org or call the Omaha Spring Cleanup Hotline at 402-444-4636.
  • Participation in Spring Cleanup is at your own risk.  Participants must use appropriate caution to avoid damage to a vehicle or personal injury.

For ease of navigation, you may open the map in its own tab. Just click here.  For a simple list of locations, click here.

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