Omaha Fall Cleanup


The Omaha Fall Cleanup (OFC) is hosted by the City of Omaha and participating neighborhood associations. The free event provides Omaha residents with the opportunity to recycle or dispose of large/bulky items that are not accepted through curbside trash and recycling services (such as broken furniture, appliances, tires, and mattresses). 

If you need to recycle or dispose of bulky items before or after OFC, you are encouraged to utilize River City Recycling or Pheasant Pointe Landfill (for a fee).

The 2019 OFC event will take place on four Saturdays: 

  • October 19
  • November 9
  • November 16
  • November 23

Each Saturday, four neighborhood sites in a specific section of the city will accept items for disposal and recycling between 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Location information will be released by the City of Omaha via the Wasteline website in the coming weeks. 


Location: Location information will be released by the City of Omaha via the Wasteline website in the coming weeks. 

Special Regulated Items:  Appliances, tires (without rims), and lead-acid batteries are accepted as part of the Omaha Fall Cleanup, but they are considered “special regulated items” so they are not available at all sites.

Toxic Materials:  If you are a Douglas/Sarpy County resident and you need to dispose of toxic materials (paint, oil, pesticides, and other chemicals), you can drop them off for free, by appointment at the UnderTheSink facility near 120th & I Street - or - on OFC Saturday's from 9 am - 4 pm without an appointment.

Prohibited Items:  The following items are NOT ACCEPTED at the Omaha Fall Cleanup:

  • Rocks
  • Concrete
  • Any items that can be collected via your curbside trash/recycling service
  • Toxic materials - should be taken to the UnderTheSink facility
    • Paint
    • Oil
    • Pesticides
    • Other chemicals

If you miss the Omaha Fall Cleanup, the City also hosts an annual Omaha Spring Cleanup in April and May. Check back for a listing of the 2020 Omaha Spring Cleanup dates.

Thank you to our Trees for Omaha Sponsors!



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