Annual Citywide Home Cleanup Day for North Myrtle Beach Residents is Saturday, November 6, 9:00 am-12:00 pm
The annual Citywide Home Cleanup Day is set for Saturday, November 6, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. This event is for North Myrtle Beach Residents only.
Sponsored by the Keep North Myrtle Beach Beautiful Committee, the North Myrtle Beach Sanitation Division, and the City of North Myrtle Beach, the annual Citywide Home Cleanup Day provides North Myrtle Beach residents with an opportunity to clean out their closets, attics, garages, and storage sheds. During the event, residents may discard unwanted items, including appliances, TVs, electronics, furniture, paint, pesticides, chemicals, oil, old tires, and more. No construction debris or medical waste will be accepted.
Residents must transport their unwanted items to the North Myrtle Beach Sanitation Transfer Station located at 1220 Second Avenue South.
Document shredding: Shred 360 will provide free document shredding for North Myrtle Beach residents only. Participants are limited to a maximum of three bags or boxes of documents/paper only. Participants must transport the documents/papers they want to be shredded to the 1220 Second Avenue South Transfer Station.
The Keep North Myrtle Beach Beautiful Committee (KNMBB) is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful. KNMBB offers a community-based volunteer program to help educate and empower the North Myrtle Beach community to improve the environment and enhance the quality of life and community pride through beautification, litter prevention, and recycling.
Other Year-Round Disposal Options:
Special Collections: The City provides a special collection service for furniture, appliances and other bulky items. These items should be placed at curbside for pickup. This service is not regularly scheduled but is provided on an as-needed basis. To ensure prompt pickup, please call the Sanitation Division at (843) 280-5500 prior to placing such items at curbside.
Before disposing of furniture and appliances that are still usable, consider donating them to the Salvation Army, Goodwill Industries or local churches. Many of these organizations will pick up donated items.