Winter 2013
MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020: Governor Inslee "Stay Home Stay Healthy" Proclamation
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A few good things to remember when clearing the clutter

recyclingAnytime you are faced with unwanted household items, whether its one bulky thing or you are undergoing a clean sweep, you should consider the re-use and recycling opportunities available to you before you simply throw things away. Always ask yourself if the item has more useful life to it. A decision to use the garbage most always is the costliest (to your wallet).

The city’s Recycling Coordinator can help you with available options with just about any household item. Call 425-771-0235, ext. 1603 or email to

Charities are always accepting various items that are still usable. However, they cannot accept items that are broken, torn, ripped or stained.

Hold a garage sale, use the want ads, or check out an abundance of re-use web sites such as and

A few basic things to remember

Here are the county facilities that residents need to know about:

» The Southwest Recycling and Transfer Station (known as the “dump”)

Where: In Mountlake Terrace at 21311 61st Pl. W (turn south off 212th St. SW between Highway 99 and the I-5 overpass)
Hours:   Open 7 days a week
Fees:     Minimum $20 for solid waste disposal
Features: Solid Waste disposal and a separate Recycling Area that accepts many dropped-off items for FREE
More information:   425-388-3425, then press”0”

» The Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Station in Everett

Where:  3434 McDougall Ave. (one block east of Broadway and 35th St.)
Hours:  7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every Wednesday through Saturday
Fees:  FREE drop-off for all county residents
Features: Drive-through friendly service. Residents can bring unwanted oil paint & stains, pesticides, auto fluids, household cleaners and chemicals. No latex paint is accepted here
More information:   425-388-6050

Also don’t forget that your regular garbage company can be contacted to arrange convenient pickup of various unwanted bulky items right from your curb. Fees and restrictions apply.

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