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Fresno Trash Schedule 2024 (Bulk Pickup, Holidays, Maps)

We’re here to help you find the Fresno trash pickup schedule for 2024 including bulk pickup, recycling, holidays, and maps.

The City of Fresno is in California with Clovis to the north, Hanford to the south, Reedley and Sanger to the southeast, and Madera to the northwest.

If there’s a change to your normal trash collection schedule then there’s a good chance your street sweeping schedule has changed too so make sure to check for updates.

Fresno Trash Collection Calendar 2024

For normal trash collection schedules, visit the city’s Residential Solid Waste Pickup Schedule.

Trash Pick Up Holidays

The Residential Collection Schedule DOES NOT change for the following holidays:

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • President’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Veterans Day

The Residential Collection Schedule DOES change for the following holidays, as outlined below:

  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Day after Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Day
  • New Year’s Day

Pickup schedules for these holidays vary depending upon which day of the week the holiday falls.  Printable versions of the Residential Collection Holiday Schedule can be found below.

Residential Collection Holiday Schedule

Fresno Trash Collection Map

Fresno Trash Pickup Schedule

Bulk Waste Pickup Calendar 2024

Operation Clean Up is a program provided by the City of Fresno that provides a way for residential customers to dispose of bulky items. Once a year, residents are allowed to place items too large for regular trash collection at the curb.

For your estimated Operation Clean Up pickup date, please use the lookup tool or call the City of Fresno’s 311 Center by dialing 3-1-1 within City limits or by calling (559) 621-CITY (2489).

Important Note:  The dates provided by the lookup tool are subject to change.  Please check back as your pickup date nears.

Acceptable Items for Bulk Pickup

  • Mattresses and box springs
  • Hot tub or spas: No larger than 8’ x 8’ and cut into 4’ x 4’ sections
  • Wood fencing – No longer than 4 feet and stacked neatly; stack separate from other debris
  • Hot water heater, sink, or toilet – Drain all water before setting out for pickup
  • Furniture and appliances – No refrigerators or freezers
  • Glass and/or sliding glass doors – Tape with duct tape to help reduce the residue broken glass can leave behind
  • Boxes and cardboard – These can also be disposed in your blue recycling cart
  • Cabinets – Disassemble into individual components
  • Trees, shrubs, and other yard debris – Debris must be cut to a length of no more than 4 feet

Unacceptable Items for Bulk Pickup

  • Tree trimmings or stumps resulting from major tree pruning or removal of trees down to their stump.
  • Any explosive materials, including ammunition.
  • Pesticides and chemicals, including pool acid and propane tanks. Call the Fresno County Resources Division at (559) 600-4259 for disposal of these items.
  • Used motor oil, brake, and transmission fluids. Call the Recycling Program Hotline at (559) 621-1111 for disposal options for these items.
  • Fifty-gallon drums.
  • Wood preservatives or treated utility poles, including railroad ties.
  • NO TIRES. Call the Code Enforcement Division at (559) 621-8400 for information regarding tire disposal.
  • Materials resulting from private contract work and major remodeling work done by contractor or owner including: Roofing, major remodeling projects, or landscaping projects. Residents should seek a roll-off bin from a private hauler for these materials.
  • Broken television screens or computer monitors.
  • Batteries. Dispose of rechargeable and single-use batteries at regional libraries or other authorized collection locations.
  • Paint. Contact Paint Care at (855) 724-6809 or visit www.paintcare.org for more information about drop-off locations.

Fresno Junk Removal

If you have large items that the city won’t take from you, you may need to hire a junk removal service.

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Recycling Collection Calendar 2024

Here’s the link to the recycling collection schedule.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is bulk pickup in Fresno (AKA Operation Cleaning Up)?

Operation Clean Up is a program provided by the City of Fresno that provides a way for residential customers to dispose of bulky items. Once a year, residents are allowed to place items too large for regular trash collection at the curb.

For your estimated Operation Clean Up pickup date, please use the lookup tool or call the City of Fresno’s 311 Center by dialing 3-1-1 within City limits or by calling (559) 621-CITY (2489).

What day is trash pickup?

To find trash pickup on your street visit: fresno.gov/trash-disposal-recycling/residential-services/

What time does trash collection start?

Trash collection starts at 5:30 a.m. Make sure to have your bins on the curb by then.

How can I contact the Fresno Public Works Department?

Solid Waste Management Division Customer Service: 

Missed Service or Special Pickups
(559) 621-1452

Utilities Billing & Collection
(559) 621-6888

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Hope you were able to find everything you need for the Fresno trash pickup schedule. We strive to provide the most up to date information so please let us know if you need anything else.

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