The large household item collection is coming up soon.
 
Fort Saskatchewan will be holding their annual large item street collections from April 24 to April 28.
 
During the week, City of Fort Saskatchewan residents can place two large or heavy household items at the curbside by 7:00 a.m. on their regular collection day.
 
"For most people, just leave your large items where your regular (garbage) collection would go," said Bradley McDonald, manager of utility services with the City of Fort Saskatchewan.
 
Items not accepted include: dirt, rocks, tree branches, cardboard, cupboards/counter tops, televisions, electronics, computer equipment, propane tanks, construction/demolition/renovation materials, fences, decks and shingles.
 
Doors and lids of refrigerators and freezers must be taken off and all combustion equipment must have the fuel tank removed.
 
Contractors will collect and dispose of these items to ensure a safer and cleaner city.

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