Great American Cleanup

Community Cleanup Electronic Sign

Community Cleanup

On Saturday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. the City of Fate is partnering with Keep America Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup. This is the nation’s largest community improvement program, taking place annually each spring.  A community that cleans up together is a stronger community! 

Volunteers are being asked to sign up to assist in cleaning predetermined locations across Fate.

  • Volunteers will meet in Robert Smith Family Park, 1220 CD Boren Parkway at 9 AM and then be sent out to a designated location. Gloves and bags are provided.
  • At 11 AM, volunteers will return to the park where ten $50 gift certificates to local businesses will be given to (10) lucky participants.
  • Sign up today by filling out a Volunteer Application here.

For those who are unable to join us in the park, or who would like to cleanup your own location or neighborhood, grab a picture and tag @CityofFate on Facebook, don’t forget to add the hashtag #FateCleanup for a chance to win a gift card to a local Fate Business.

Bulk Trash Electronic sign

Bulk Trash Drop-off

This year, the bulk trash drop-off is on a different day than the clean-up. The Bulk Trash Drop-ff will be on Saturday, April 24 from 9 AM until 2 PM.

 A valid driver’s license and a current utility bill are required as proof of residency.

Location: The drop-off site is located at the old treatment facility located just off Barnes Ave. 

Acceptable Items for Drop-off:

  • Metal
  • Brush
  • General Household Bulky Items 

NOT Acceptable Items for Drop-off:

  • Tires
  • Household Hazardous Waste
  • Refrigerators
  • Prescription and Over the Counter Pharmaceuticals 
  • Aerosol sprays
  • Automotive fluids and oil filters
  • Batteries of all kinds
  • Chemical products for home use
  • Cleaners and polishes
  • Computers, cell phones, and electronics
  • Fluorescent light tubes
  • Lawn and garden chemicals
  • Paint and home repair products
  • Pool chemicals
  • Business or commercial waste
  • Construction debris
  • Explosives or ammunition
  • Medical waste
  • Shock sensitive materials
  • Smoke detectors or other radioactive materials