Due to the growing public health impacts of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Kenton County Public Works is postponing the Spring Clean-Up that is typically held the first weekend in May. The new tentative dates for the clean-up are June 11th-13th from 8 AM – 6 PM.
The Spring Clean-Up will be held at Kenton County Public Works (420 Independence Station Road, Independence, KY 41051). Accepted items include:
- yard waste
- eight tires (after eight, it will be $3 per tire)
- car batteries,
- 20 lb. propane tanks
- motor oil
Hazardous material and waste will NOT be accepted. Hazardous items include, but are not limited to, paint, household cleaners and pesticides. Bricks, boats and concrete are also not accepted. Please bring help to unload waste. Clean-Ups are sponsored by Kenton County Fiscal Court.
Typically Trash Vouchers are not available during months with a clean-up. Because the clean-up has been rescheduled for June, Kenton County residents are able to obtain a voucher during the month of May. 200 vouchers will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Learn more and obtain a voucher online.
For further questions, contact the Kenton County Public Works Solid Waste Division at (859) 392-1919 or email Melissa Grandstaff.
Other COVID-19 Public Works Information:
The Kenton County Public Works Campus is closed to the general public until further notice. Residents may also contact the office at (859) 392-1920 for assistance.
Several Kenton County Fiscal Court departments may be experiencing a change in office availability. For a full list, visit the website.