Overflow Stickers


Residential Trash

The City will provide each household with five free Overflow Stickers per year. Use them when you want to set out extra trash.  Overflow stickers never expire so you can use them year to year.

Overflow Trash

In the event that you have more trash than will fit in your cart, you can set out your old trash cans if you affix City-provided Overflow Stickers to them. Overflow Stickers will only work on trash cans and tied bundles of branches.  Bags of trash set out at the curb will not be collected.  Each sticker allows for a single use and will be removed at the time of pick-up.

Sticker Ordering

One sheet of five stickers is $5.21. To purchase additional stickers, please send an e-mail request to stickers@cityofboise.org.

Residential Cleanup Weeks

Each year, the City offers overflow trash collection service after the Christmas holiday and in the spring. This allows residents to dispose of larger amounts of waste typically generated during the winter holidays and spring cleanup.  Residents can set out as much trash as they want but all waste must be in grey wheeled trash carts or 20- to 32-gallon trash cans.  No Overflow Stickers are needed during residential cleanup weeks.

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