After being delayed due to COVID-19, the Large Item Drop Off is coming to Stony Plain on September 19 and September 20 from 9AM – 4PM. The event will take place at the Public Works yard in town and dropping off items will come at no cost to residents.

The Large Item Drop Off event is a chance for residents to get rid of items safely and conveniently. The event is open to Stony Plain residents only and ID’s will be checked upon arrival. Residents can bring in as many items as they want, there is no maximum limit! Please be aware all participants will need to unload their own items and put them in the appropriate bins. 

“We know residents were disappointed about missing out on Treasure Hunt this year, but we hope this two-day event will be a good chance for everyone to get rid of large items that have been kicking around the house,” says Gregory Zirk, Manager of Operations.

While there is no maximum of items residents can bring in, there are restrictions in place and only eligible large items will be accepted.

Collectable items include:

  • Household furniture
  • Washers, dryers, and kitchen appliances (must be empty)
  • Small equipment (e.g. lawn mowers, hedge trimmers, etc. with oil and gas removed)
  • Barbeques
  • Bicycles
  • Dismantled exercise equipment

Uncollectable items include:

  • Mattresses
  • Tires, vehicle parts, motors, and engines
  • Railroad ties
  • Construction and home demolition materials
    • Including but not limited to countertops, windows, doors, fence material, rugs, drywall, shingles, wooden decks, porcelain sinks, toilets, and bathtubs
  • Household waste
    • Including bags of clothing, organics, and recycling
  • Electronic waste
    • Including televisions, computers, laptops, notebooks, monitors, printers, scanners, servers, keyboards, speakers, cell phones, and microwaves
  • Hazardous waste
    • Including fuels and propane tanks, motor oil, paint, batteries, and fluorescent tubes

Residents are reminded physical distancing guidelines are in place and anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 are asked to remain at home. For more information about the Large Item Drop Off event, please visit the Town website and follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates.