Throw it to the curb: Village of Walden lets community temporarily throw large items away curbside

People who live in the Village of Walden can get rid of things like appliances, furniture and hot water heaters by leaving them curbside this Sunday.

News 12 Staff

Sep 13, 2022, 9:28 PM

Updated 577 days ago

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Have something really big to throw away? An Orange County village is giving people the chance to easily toss it.
People who live in the Village of Walden can get rid of things like appliances, furniture and hot water heaters by leaving them curbside this Sunday.
Trucks will go through the village Oct. 1 - 21. Once the truck has done your street, the village says it won't come back.
People should not put out construction materials, hazardous waste or yard waste.


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