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Kerbside Give Away Weekend

Kerbside Give Away Weekend

25th and 26th of November 2017

FREE up some space and get some FREE stuff!

Is anything in life free anymore? Well during Kerbside Give Away Weekend you can free up space and get great free stuff. Give your clutter a second life during the Copper Coast’s Kerbside Give Away Weekend. Your old armchair could be someone’s new throne, and your antique lamp could be someone’s living room masterpiece. All for the rock bottom price of FREE. Don’t miss Kerbside Give Away Weekend.

This event happens RAIN or SHINE. Please use your discretion when deciding whether or not to put items out to the kerb.

The aim of this weekend event is to reduce the amount of garbage ending up in our landfill by diverting unwanted items to be re-used! Reusing and Recycling household items instead of discarding them reduces pressures on our community facilities, and is a great way to get rid of your under-used items, and find some great FREE items of your own! On Kerbside Give Away Weekend:

  • Place re-usable household items at the kerb in front of your home on Saturday morning;
  • Only place items for "FREE" with “Free” stickers or signs on items ;
  • Remove leftover items from the kerb by dusk on Sunday;
    • Consider donating unclaimed items to charitable organisations;
    • Place any garbage for collection on your regular garbage day and week. Regular bin limits and preparation is required.

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The Kerbside Give Away Weekend Treasure Hunt theme is modeled on highly successful events held in other communities. With much success and participation reported in those areas, the Copper Coast is certain to experience the same results!

See below for:

  • Rules for Setting out the FREE items
  • FREE kerbside items include
  • Kerbside Give Away Etiquette
  • What shouldn’t be given away?
  • What to do with leftover items
  • Tell us about your successful score
  • Share your unwanted items year round

Rules for Setting out FREE items:
  • Place items at the kerb on Saturday morning of that weekend.
  • Place stickers or signs on items with the word “FREE”.
  • Give Away items should still be in good condition for “Re-use”.
  • Any items you want to keep should be away from your set out treasures or safely tucked away.
  • Material MUST BE REMOVED from the kerb by dusk Sunday evening.
    • Treasures not removed can result in a By-Law violation.

FREE items can include:
  • Books, CDs and DVDs
  • Furniture and small appliances
  • Sports equipment and toys
  • Tools
  • Yard and gardening equipment
    • e.g., lawn mowers, rakes, shovels)
  • Kitchen gadgets, dishes, cutlery, pots and pans
  • Unwanted gifts
  • Construction material including drywall and hardware
    • e.g., nails, bolts and screws
  • Electronics
  • Clothing
  • Paint

Kerbside Give Away Etiquette:
  • Respect other people's property – don't walk or drive on people's lawns or gardens.
  • Take only the items at the kerb marked "FREE".
  • Safety First: Obey the traffic laws at all times (e.g., don't block traffic, park illegally or block people's driveways with your vehicle).
  • Watch out for children.
  • Don't discard any items on another person’s lawn.

What shouldn’t be given away?
  • Any items that are not re-usable.
  • Any items infested with bed bugs or items that could potentially be infested (e.g., mattresses, furniture, bedding). It is best to err on the side of caution and not take items which could potentially spread an infestation.
What to do with leftover items/give aways?
  • Consider donating unwanted items to:
    • Local Charitable or non-profit organizations or community groups who are able to use them.
    • Check the Yellow Pages under ‘Charitable & Non-Profit Organisations’
  • Post your item for sale in the local paper or on Facebook.
  • Consider holding a garage sale

Tell us about your successful score!

Send your story and pictures of any great finds to or by mail:

Share on our facebook page:

Tweet us at @coppercoast and #DCCCkerbside

Share your unwanted items year round!

Re-use has been an everyday practice for many cultures long before recycling programs started. Items such as clothing, toys and even furniture can become unwanted before they wear out and we replace them with new items.

Some charities rely on donations of good reusable items. Donating gently used items is a great way to support local organisations and help the environment at the same time! Many day care centres or community groups would be happy to receive those craft supplies that have been cluttering up your closet. Just be sure to call ahead to confirm what they are able to accept.

Only good used items are valuable to others and it is easy to donate them for re-use, so please respect the value of charity and do not dump materials next to bins that are full. When using a charitable group's drop off bin, please note they only want materials that can be re-used, they do not want your garbage.

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