We’re here to help you find the Winnipeg garbage pickup schedule for 2023 including bulk pickup, recycling, holidays, and maps.
If there’s a change to your normal garbage collection schedule then there’s a good chance your street sweeping schedule has changed too so make sure to check for updates.
Winnipeg Garbage Collection Calendar 2023
For normal garbage collection schedules, click here and enter the street number and street name on the search box.
Garbage Pick Up Holidays
There may be changes to your collection days over the holidays. Check the city’s website to be updated.
Winnipeg Garbage Collection Map
Bulk Waste Pickup Calendar 2023
For an additional fee, you can request a pickup for extra garbage and/or large items (also known as bulky waste).
Extra garbage pickups are limited to no more than three extra standard-sized garbage bags. Large item pickups are limited to ten items, per pickup.
Contact the city to request your pickup at least two full business days before your regular recycling and garbage collection day. Extra garbage bags and many large items will be picked up on your regular collection day, but some larger appliances may be picked up on a different day. Your pickup day will be confirmed when you request your pickup.
If you need to modify or cancel your pickup, contact the city at least two full business days before your scheduled pickup day.
Acceptable Items for Bulk Pickup
- Extra standard-size garbage bags
- Large appliances
- Ozone-depleting appliances like refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners
- Lawnmowers (i.e., electric and gas *must not contain any fuel or oil)
- Barbecues – propane tank must be removed
- Mattresses (all sizes, considered one item), boxsprings (all sizes and splits, considered one item), and bedframes (includes headboards, footboard, rails, and bed slats, one or more parts of a bedframe is considered one item)
Unacceptable Items for Bulk Pickup
- Leaf and yard waste
- Boxes full of garbage
- Real Christmas trees
- Auto parts
- Construction/renovation materials (e.g., furnaces, bathtubs, sinks, doors, windows, fencing, flooring, carpet, lumber, shingles, sand, mud, drywall)
- Hazardous waste products (e.g., antifreeze, car batteries, propane tanks, oil based paints)
- Used oil, filters, and containers (e.g., engine oil, diesel filters, oil and antifreeze containers)
- Electronic waste (e.g., televisions, computers and equipment, laptops, printers, scanners, microwaves, cell phones)
- Any other material we determine is too large to collect or poses a safety hazard to our staff or collectors
Have bulky items the city won’t pick up? You need a junk removal service.
If you have large items that the city won’t take from you, you may need to hire a junk removal service.
Junk removal services are not be as picky about the items they’re collecting so if the city won’t take the item, this may be your best bet. There’s usually a fee involved with junk removal but most companies can tell you ahead of time approximately what it’s going to cost.
There are a number of junk removal services in Winnipeg and I’m sure many of them will be able to help you out.
Recycling Collection Calendar 2023
Here’s the link to the recycling collection schedule.
For more information about the city’s recycling program, click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is bulk pickup in Winnipeg?
To find your bulky item pickup in your area visit the city’s bulk collection webpage.
What day is garbage pickup?
To find garbage pickup on your street visit this link.
What time does garbage collection start?
Garbage collection starts at 7 a.m. Make sure to have your bins on the curb by then.
How can I contact the Winnipeg Public Works Department?
Collection Services and General Inquiries
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