Spring is here (finally!), which means it’s time for spring cleaning and for my annual Twin Cities Spring Cleaning Guide!
To help you, this is a list of Twin Cities area resources to help you get rid of yard waste, papers, clothing and any other type of household items you no longer need.
This guide is sponsored by my partners at Kid A!
Kid A is a Minneapolis business that makes it super easy to sell and buy used baby/kid gear. To jumpstart your spring cleaning, Kid A will take all of your outgrown items at once, pay you for everything that they’ll sell, and donate the rest for you. They even do at-home pickups at no charge. Declutter, get paid, and spare the hassle!
Schedule a pickup or drop-off in no time at www.kidamarketplace.com. You can also bring items to drop-off at their shop (2313 W. 50th St., Minneapolis) anytime they are open (no appointment needed).
And here is a gift from me and Kid A: a FREE 2-page printable Spring Cleaning Checklist to help you clean out after you declutter! Click here to download or on image below:
Twin Cities Spring Cleaning Guide 2023
CLEAN UP YOUR YARD
YARD WASTE COLLECTION SITES
Each county offers free yard waste collection sites or assistance for its residents. At these sites you can often pick up free compost for your garden (while it lasts). They may also offer junk collection days where you drop off items like tires or electronics and even hazardous waste for a discount. Check out your local county website for locations and times: