All properties that participate in Greenfield's Solid Waste Disposal Program* (residential buildings of 4 units or less and select condo communities**) are required to present their key tag to the greeter when using the Drop Off Center. Key tags were mailed to property owners in January of 2016. This new system is intended to reduce wait times and help control costs.
To replace a lost key tag, please visit the Department of Neighborhood Services, room 203, located in City Hall. Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm.
Freecycle - Give away a wide variety of items through this email group. Free to join!
Goodwill - Accepts useable clothing and household goods.
Habitat for Humanity Restore - Accepts new and used home goods, cabinetry, and building supplies.
Salvation Army - Accepts a wide variety of items from household goods and non-perishable food items to vehicles. Will pick up.
St Vincent de Paul - Accepts household items, furniture, and appliances. Will pick up.
* Beginning September 1, 2016, Greenfield residents who do not participate in the City's Solid Waste Disposal Program may purchase a pass to use the Drop-Off-Center. A single-use pass is $15 and a yearly pass is $45. Passes may be purchased at City Hall, Room 203.
** If you live in an apartment complex or condominium, please contact your disposal service for guidelines on disposing of large items.