City of Woodland

~Settled in 1882~


Check out the new Recycling Guide


Recycling Calendar

The City of Woodland follows the "Gold Week" (every other week). The 2018 Recycling Calendar can be found on the following link:


Are you Looking for a Place to Donate Items? Below are three contacts for you to consider:  
Salvation Army: Michel Wong at 612-332-5855

Goodwill: Hung Vo at 651-379-5942

Arc Value Village: Greg at 952-915-3684 or


Disposal of Needles and Sharps 
Click on the link below to view information on the safe disposal of needles and sharps. Maps to drop off facilities is included in the document.


Make Your Own Cleaning Products

You can protect your health and the health of your family, pets and the environment by making your own cleaning products with simple, less-toxic ingredients. Many common household products, such as baking soda, lemon juice, vinegar and liquid dish soap, can make effective and inexpensive cleaners.

Please clink on the following link for Natural Cleaning Recipes:

Natural Cleaning Recipes

Tips and tricks to Recycle Everywhere in your home

Remembering to recycle everything from every room in your house can sometimes be challenging, especially when you’re just trying to get the laundry done or get ready for work. About half of home recyclables never make it to the recycling bin. We do well recycling kitchen items, but our bathrooms, laundry rooms and home offices have lots of recyclables we throw out. Expand your recycling habit by using convenient recycling bins and signage and mix in a little education and fun. Recycle everywhere in your home with the tips and tricks found on the following link: Recycling TipsTricks_Fact_Sheet 

Links for Hard-to-Dispose-of Items

Give your items to retailers

Help reduce waste by donating new or used items to participating retailers. Find retailers or search by item using the county's Choose to Reuse Online Directory.

Dispose hazardous products and other hard-to-dispose-of items

You can safely dispose of hazardous products free of charge at Hennepin County drop-off facilities or collection events. You can get rid of bulky items such as appliances, mattresses and tires for a fee at drop-off facilities. Learn more about drop-off facilities and collection events.

Dispose of yard and tree waste

Yard and tree waste is banned from your household garbage. You can dispose of yard waste by composting it in your backyard, checking with your city or hauler to see if they offer curbside pickup, or bringing it to a compost site.

Dispose of batteries

All battery types are accepted at drop-off containers located in libraries, city halls and community centers throughout the county. Batteries also can be brought to county drop-off facilities. Learn more about battery recycling.



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