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Posted on: June 8, 2020

[ARCHIVED] June brings City-Wide Clean Up & HHW Disposal

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During the month of June, a pair of events will give Harrisonville residents the opportunity to safely and responsibly dispose of unwanted items, like appliances, furniture and construction debris, and hazardous household materials, like paint, oil and batteries.

The first event on the schedule is the annual Household Hazardous Waste Disposal, from 8 a.m. until noon on June 13. The event will be held at the Harrisonville Streets Department facility, located at 1403 S Independence Street. The event will only be open to the first 200 vehicles, or until the removal trucks are full.

HHW includes products such as paint, automotive fluids, cleaners, lawn and garden products, bug sprays, fluorescent light bulbs, batteries and nail polish.

When dropping off items, please remain in your vehicle and turn your motor off.

The City of Harrisonville is a member of the Regional Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program, a service coordinated by the Mid-America Regional Council Solid Waste Management District. The June 13, event will only be available to residents of communities who also are members of MARC’s Regional Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program.

As you prepare for the event, please follow these tips for gathering your HHW for safe disposal:

• Seal containers tightly.

• Bring items in their original containers inside a sturdy box.

• If original container is leaking or damaged, transfer product to a safe container and re-label.

• Don’t mix products together.

• Be prepared to leave your containers. Containers such as gasoline cans will not be returned at mobile events.

Be prepared to provide information for COVID-19 contact tracing. Our partnership with Kansas City for this event requires that we collect this information, should it be necessary to notify patrons of a potential exposure.  

Only residential waste will be collected. No business waste will be accepted.

The second event on the schedule is the bi-annual City-Wide Clean Up, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 19-20. The event will also be held at the Streets Department facility on Independence Street. The event, which was originally scheduled for May 15-16, but was rescheduled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Items accepted at no cost: non-Freon appliances and metal items, water heaters, furniture, light construction debris, limited to one 16-foot trailer, and household trash. Freon appliances will be accepted, for a $25 charge.

Items not accepted: tires, auto batteries, oil, hazardous chemicals, paint, roofing shingles and yard waste. 

This event is only available for those who live within the City limits. To participate, residents will be required to provide proof of residency within the incorporated City limits of Harrisonville. For example, a City of Harrisonville utility-billing statement.

Municipal Waste Services would also like to remind residents that they will pick up one bulky item per month, for free. To get your free item picked up, contact Municipal Waste Services (816) 406-9700 to schedule the pick-up.



A large number of vehicle are expected to be present at each event. As we strive to keep our main roadways open, we ask that vehicles line up on Bowman Street, before entering the drop off area. Below are instructions for entering the site.

If driving south on Independence Street, continue on Independence to Commercial Street. Turn right on Commercial and then right on Butler Drive. Take Butler to Bowman and turn right.

If driving north on Independence, continue on Independence to South Street. Turn left on South. Take South to Butler and turn left. Take Butler to Bowman and turn left.

From Bowman Street, please follow the instruction of City staff when crossing Independence.

City wide clean up detour map


As we continue to navigate Governor Mike Parson’s Missouri Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan, social distancing guidelines will be strictly followed at each event. We appreciate your patience during any delays that this may cause.

The City of Harrisonville is taking steps to support the Cass County Health Department’s state of local disaster emergency declaration regarding COVID-19. The CCHD is the county’s public health expert and authority, and the City of Harrisonville will fully support their efforts to keep the community safe.


As a reminder, residents have year-round access to the safe disposal of unwanted products such as paint, lawn and garden chemicals, automotive fluids, batteries, fluorescent bulbs, and household cleaners, through the permanent facilities in Lee’s Summit and Kansas City. Residents can also can attend any of the mobile events scheduled April through October. 

For more information please visit the Recycle Spot website and select the "HHW" tab, or call 816-701-8226.

Kansas City Facility
4707 Deramus Street
KCMO 64120
Open Thursday and Friday 9 to 6 and Saturday 9 to 4
No appointment necessary! 

Lee’s Summit Facility
Operated by KC Dumpster Company
2101 SE Hamblen Road
By appointment only.
100-pound limit per visit.
Open first Saturday of the month, April thru November, from 7 a.m. to noon.

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