Get rid of your junk for free in North Fulton on this day in March

Spring is coming, and if you’re a Roswell or Milton resident, you’ll soon get a chance to get a jump on cleaning out your garage, shed or house. 

The cities are hosting a Bulky Trash Amnesty Day on March 24, beginning at 8 a.m. at the City of Roswell’s Public Works Division at 1810 Hembree Road. It is jointly hosted by Roswell and Milton’s Public Works departments. 

The event is only open to residents in those cities, and folks looking to dump their junk will have to provide a proof of residency. The event runs until noon and is free.

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Among the items accepted are tires, sofas, chairs, tables, refrigerators, washers, dryers, deactivated cell phones, mattresses, box springs, bed frames, basketball hoops, dressers, toilets and sinks. 

With tires, they must be off the rim. Only automobile tires are accepted and there is a four per-person limit. 

Paint, household hazardous waste, any fluids, motor oil, anti-freeze, batteries, construction or demolition materials, yard waste and plasma or LCD televisions will not be accepted.

For more information on Bulky Trash Amnesty Day, contact Lisa Hines at or 770-641-3715.

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