The Vadnais Heights Annual Clean-Up Day is cancelled for April 25, 2020 due to COVID-19. We will reschedule later in the year if possible. While you are cleaning your yards and garages this spring, keep these disposal options in mind. Ramsey County programs and collection sites will continue to operate during posted hours until further notice. Please follow the social distancing rules when visiting drop-off sites.
Bulky Item Collection Residents who live in a building with one to eight residences and who participate in the city’s refuse and single-sort recycling contract can dispose of one bulky item per year at no charge. The free disposal does not include appliances. Contact your hauler directly to request bulky item collection, and verify what is allowed.
Transfer StationsIf you have a large amount of extra trash, there are several transfer stations that accept household waste directly from residents. Transfer stations are a great option for residents with a large amount of construction and remodeling to dispose of. Access more information on transfer stations nearby. Please contact the transfer stations directly on any changes to their operations due to COVID-19.
Household Hazardous Waste Please stay in your vehicle, staff will ask for place of residency and will unload items from your trunk. Accepted items include automotive products, cleaning products, electrical cords and strings, paints, lawn chemicals and more. The Product Reuse Center at the year-round household hazardous waste collection site in Saint Paul has been closed until further notice.More information and locations.
Yard WasteDispose of leaves, grass, garden waste and more. More information and locations.
Medicine Collection Program Ramsey County Medicine collection sites are open at this time with the exception of North St. Paul and White Bear Lake. Safely dispose of unwanted, expired and unused medicines for free. More information and locations.
Food Scraps Vadnais Heights food scraps collection remains open 24/7 in the overflow parking lot south of City Hall. If you don’t have a bin yet, use a small trash can or other plastic container in the meantime. Bags are available at our collection site. More information and locations.