(850) 482-9633

2864 Madison St,
Marianna, FL 32448

Keep Jackson County Beautiful

Keep JCO Beautiful


Residents of UNINCORPORATED Jackson County will have the opportunity to dispose of bulk trash items that are not normally available for pickup during curbside collection.

UNINCORPORATED : generally refers to the part of a County that is outside any municipality.


  • Browntown Park : 5270 Parkview Rd. Graceville, FL 32440
    Dec. 4-5, 2021
  • Cypress Park : 6248 HWY 90, Marianna, FL 32446
    Dec. 4-5, 2021
  • Alford Community Center Park : 2562 Park Ave, Alford, FL 32420
    Dec. 11-12, 2021
  • Town of Malone : 5199 8th Ave. Malone, FL 32445 (Parking Lot by L. McArthur Co.)
    Dec. 11-12, 2021
  • Jackson County Recycling : 3530 Wiley Drive, Marianna, FL 32446
    Dec. 18-19, 2021


  • Non-metal furniture (sofas, bookcases, etc.)
  • Rugs and carpet (please roll and tie)
  • Mattresses and box springs
  • Large non-metal toys
  • Mirrors or glass table tops that have been covered.
  • Bathroom fixtures (non-metal tubs, sinks, toilets)
  • Plastic trash cans
  • 5 or more bags or cans of trash


  • Hazardous Materials (paint cans, chemicals, oil, or fuel)
  • Tires
  • White goods/Appliances
  • Metal
  • Construction Debris
  • TVs

– Pro Tip –

These sites will hold large dumpsters. There will be no staff on site.
So, if you have difficulty lifting heavy items over your head,

bring some friends.

Keep Jackson County Beautiful & Volunteer Programs

At the Jackson County Board of County Commissioners, we take pride in improving and serving our community and as part of this endeavor, the Keep Jackson County Beautiful movement (#KeepJCOBeautiful) was founded in 2021 with the purpose of inspiring and encouraging citizens to take personal responsibility for enhancing their community environment. To accomplish this goal the County participates in a wide range of beautifying projects, campaigns, and events to help make our County a better place to live, work and play. By promoting litter prevention, recycling, and seeking out alternative solutions Jackson County is doing its part to help #KeepJCOBeautiful.

Another great way to help us Keep Jackson County Beautiful is by posting an empowering image, video, or quote on social media and sharing it with the hashtag #KeepJCOBeautiful!

Check out the latest #KeepJCOBeautiful PSA

Remember to put your waste in its place!

Litter Prevention: The best way to fix a litter problem is to prevent it from happening in the first place. Do your part and properly dispose of your trash items in an appropriate receptacle. Be part of the solution, not the pollution!

The County has taken strides towards mitigating the litter on the County right-of-ways by entering into a long term litter contract with Collin’s Land Services, Inc.

Recycling: Recycling means separating, collecting, processing, marketing, and ultimately re-using a material that would have otherwise been thrown away. The County offers several types of recycling programs on a daily basis as well as two Amnesty Day events each year. Visit our recycling page to find out more about how to recycle in Jackson County, FL.

Alternative Solutions: The County partner’s with a variety of non-profit and for-profit organizations that share the Keep Jackson County Beautiful goal by participating in community cleanup projects and promoting the beautification of public spaces.

To learn more about how you can get involved with #KeepJCOBeautiful or to volunteer for future community projects, e-mail info@jacksoncountyfl.gov with the subject line “Keep Jackson County Beautiful” or call our office at 850-482-9633.