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City Appliance Pick-Up & Trash Service
Most trash items will be picked up on your regular trash day. We ask that if you have a large appliance, please call the Service Center at 682-0650 to have the item scheduled for pick-up.

Appliances such as stoves, refrigerators and dish-washers will be picked up on Fridays only. Please do not set appliances out for pick-up prior to the evening before.

Most furniture, such as sofas, chairs, television cabinets and mattresses will be picked up on regular trash days.

If the items get rained on or watersoaked, crews will not be able to pick those items up until the next appliance pick-up day.
City Recycling Center
790 Thornton, Leavenworth, KS
Open to the Public

Materials Collected / Services Offered:
  • Glass
  • Aluminum
  • Newspaper
  • Small amounts of used Oil
  • Car Batteries
  • Magazines
  • Most Paper-Bound Books
  • Office Paper and
  • Cardboard

Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 8:30am - 12:30 pm

To recycle most hazardous materials such as paint, bug spray, chemicals, cleaners, poisonous materials, go to the Leavenworth County Disposal Facility located East of 7 Highway/US 73 on Gilman Road in Lansing.

Commercial Recycling Center
ABC Recycling
744 Shawnee, Leavenworth, KS
(913) 651-6766

They accept:
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Ferrous Metals (Steel, Iron)
  • Nonferrous Metal, Tin or Steel Cans
  • White Goods (Non-Reusable Large Appliances)
  • Book Recycling
  • Brown Paper Bags
  • Cardboard
  • Catalogs
  • Chipboard
  • Computer Paper
  • Magazines
  • Mixed Paper
  • Newspaper
  • Telephone Directories
  • White Office Paper

Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

City Brush & Disposal Site
1803 S 2nd Street, Leavenworth, KS

The City of Leavenworth brush and disposal site is available to the public for the disposal of:
  • Tree Limbs
  • Grass Clippings
  • Straw
  • Hay
  • Leaves and
  • Other Organic Matter.
Trees must be free of dirt and in diameters of less than 12 inches.

Leaf disposal at the brush site is free of charge and the leaves will be incorporated into the City's composting program. Tree limbs and shrubs are charged by the size of the vehicle that is dumping the material. A standard pick-up truck is charged $5 per load.

Leaves can be placed in commercially available biodegradable bags or in plastic bags. If using plastic bags, residents must de-bag leaves at the site. Residents may also bag leaves in trash bags and place them out with their trash for pick up.

On the first Saturday of each month, all brush materials can be dumped at the brush site free of charge.

The brush site also has, while supplies last, free mulch and mulch chips available to the public.

Tuesday - Saturday: 8:00am - 4:00 pm
City of Lansing
800 First Terrace
Lansing Landfill
FREE Recycling
  • Paper / Magazines
  • Plastic
  • Cardboard
  • Glass
  • Tin / Aluminum
  • Metal
  • Tires
  • Appliances (that do not use freon)
7:30 AM - 5 PM: Monday - Saturday Including Holidays

Closed Christmas Day and New Years Day
Residential 800-222-0300
Business 800-222-0400
www.kmctelecom.com 888-562-8431
www.level3.com 877-253-8353
Residential 800-464-7928
Business 800-499-7928
Espanol 800-559-0050
Residential 800-788-3500
Business 800-786-6272
www.uniteone.com 816-903-3733
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Plan Ahead When Excavating & Digging
When preparing to dig or excavate on your property, think first about underground utilities and call Kansas One-Call at

Kansas One-Call is the underground utility notification center for the state of Kansas. Through this center, a person can notify operators of underground facilities of proposed excavations to request that the underground facilities be marked before they dig.

Buried utilities could exist just about anywhere you dig. Homeowners and contractors can prevent damage to underground utilities and prevent service disruptions by calling at least two working days prior to excavating.

KOC takes information from callers who are digging, processes it using a mapping system and notifies underground utility operators that may have utilities in the area. The owners of the utilities then send personnel to mark and locate their utilities.

Protect yourself and your property against underground utility damage and liability. Find out where the underground utility lines might be buried before you dig. Anyone digging in Kansas must call before digging. The person who is doing the work is responsible for calling. If the owner contracts with a professional excavator to do the excavation then the professional excavator is responsible for calling KOC. You will need to provide information about the work site when you call. This is a free service.

Tips Courtesy of "City Connection" Published by the City of Leavenworth, April 2005.
For Marking Underground Utility Lines

WHITE - Proposed Excavation

PNK- Temporary Survey Markings

RED - Electric Power Lines, Cables, Conduit & Lighting Cables

YELLOW - Gas, Oil, Steam, Petroleum or Gaseous Materials

ORANGE - Communication, Alarm or Signal Lines, Cables or Conduit

BLUE - Potable Water

PURPLE - Reclaimed Water, Irrigation and Slurry Lines

GREEN - Sewers and Drain Lines

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