Curbside Bulky Item Pickup
Did you know that your refuse bill already includes UNLIMITED bulky item pickups?
You can schedule bulky item pick-up in a variety of ways: x Use the MyLA311 app x Call our 24-hour Customer Care Center at 1-800-773-2489 x Call the City’s Hotline by dialing 3-1-1 x Visit our website at www.lacitysan.org (LA Sanitation services only) x Visit the MyLA311 website at www.myla311.lacity.org (all City services) We know that some residents like to place unwanted items outside in the hopes that someone in need may take it. While the gesture is very kind, it can quickly create blight in your neighborhood. If your item could be used by someone else, we recommend calling a charity to pick up the item. If it cannot be used again, then we ask that you call us to schedule pickup BEFORE placing the item curbside. Whether the item is yours and you want to schedule a pickup OR the item was illegally dumped in your neighborhood, please reach out and we would be happy to assist you. You can learn more about Bulky Items at http://bit.ly/bulkyitemsLA
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