Coupons will be sent to all single-family residential garbage customers within the city of Vancouver with an active Waste Connections account
VANCOUVER – Vancouver’s annual spring coupons will arrive in more than 45,000 customer mailboxes soon. This popular program helps Vancouver community members with free disposal of yard debris and tires at designated drop-off sites. Coupons are valid for three months, from April 3 through June 30.
Coupons will be sent to all single-family residential garbage customers within the City of Vancouver with an active Waste Connections account. Customers who receive paper bills from Waste Connections will find coupons in their April bill. Customers signed up for electronic bills will receive a postcard in the mail from the city of Vancouver. Copies and digital coupons are not allowed under this program.
The annual coupon program is provided by Solid Waste Services, part of the city of Vancouver’s Public Works Department, to help community members with the added vegetation that commonly results from spring pruning, mowing and weeding. The coupons also provide an opportunity to clean up and remove old, unwanted tires, which can create a nuisance if not disposed of properly.
More information about the spring coupon program is available at cityofvancouver.us/SpringCleanUpCoupons.
Learn more about proper tree pruning at cityofvancouver.us/urbanforestry. Explore alternatives to disposal of yard debris at free composting workshops or through Waste Connections’ optional organics services for Vancouver residents.
Information provided by city of Vancouver.
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