At our March 28, 2022 membership meeting, Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Colleen Stone spoke to us about Habitat’s contract with the City of Springfield to provide large item / bulky item pickup for Springfield IL residents.
Large Item Pick Up Disposal Service for Capital Township Residents in the City of Springfield.
- Qualified residences may have up to 6 items disposed per calendar year and this may be split into two transactions (picked up or dropped off with an appointment only)
- To Schedule a pick up online at www.habitatsangamon.com
- At the top of the web page select Restore> Large Item Pick Up.
- For mobile browsers please select the 3 lines at the top corner
- Then select Restore> Large Item Pick Up
- When prompted input your zip code then select any date in green.
- The items must be at the curb by 6am on the date of service.
- To schedule a drop off OR if you have any questions or concerns please call 217-523-2710.
** Cannot dispose of tires, batteries, chemicals, or electronics such as computers, televisions, computer monitors, etc.
Am I a Resident of Capital Township?
How to tell if you’re a resident of Springfield and eligible for Habitat pickups:
On your CWLP bill, there will be a $4.50 charge for “Public Works Waste & recycling”.
Shop the Restore!
Did you know that you can shop for new and used home goods and building materials at affordable prices at the Habitat Restore!
Items such as small & large appliances (new & used), furniture, antiques, flooring, home décor, cabinets, outdoor tools (lawnmowers, snowblowers, trimmers, etc.), windows and doors, bathroom & kitchen fixtures, tables and chairs are available – and the selection is always changing – stop in to see what’s new!
Donate to Habitat
The ReStore also accepts donations, subject to customer demand, from contractors, suppliers, individuals and organizations. All items for acceptance are subject to ReStore staff discretion. Download a list of acceptable items here… (PDF)
The ReStore then sells these goods to the general public to help fund the construction of new Habitat houses within the local community. The ReStore performs a valuable community service by diverting large amounts of reusable materials from landfills and providing these products to the public at affordable prices.