City of Superior officials canceled this year’s spring clean-up because of the coronavirus pandemic, but residents will still get a chance to clear out some old junk.
The city is offering two free landfill days starting Saturday. Residents will be able to get rid of trash, brush, tires (up to four 18 inches or less) and grass clippings from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. May 30 and June 6 at the landfill on Moccasin Mike Road, about 1.5 miles from U.S. Highways 2/53.
Members of the public are expected to maintain 6 feet of physical distance from others at the landfill. Additional safety measures will be implemented, and delays can be expected because of high traffic.
Items that are not accepted at the landfill include recyclables, demolition and construction materials, electronics, appliances, batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, motor oil and household hazardous waste.
All loads must be covered, and loose items must be bagged.
Free landfill days are open to city residents, and proof of residency is required. Contractors and businesses are not allowed to participate.
Those who visit the landfill outside of free landfill days will have to pay the facility's regular fees to get rid of their waste.