Got old prescription or over-the-counter drugs? Don't throw them away or flush them down the toilet! Dispose of them safely on Saturday, Oct. 29 - the DEA's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
This event is a great annual reminder to get rid of any unwanted, unused medications, but the Liberty Police Department has a secure prescription drug drop off box open year round located in the Police Department lobby (enter Liberty City Hall off of Missouri Street).
The DEA's Prescription Drug Collection Program’s goal is to prevent and reduce illicit drug abuse as well as the abuse of over-the-counter and prescription medication, and to provide a safe, environmentally friendly option for drug disposal.
For more information visit the Police Department's Community Outreach page »
Pink Hill Park, 2715 NW Park Drive, Blue Springs, MO
Last HHW collection event of 2022! Liberty residents with ID and proof of residency, can safely dispose of household hazardous waste through free collections events hosted by the Regional Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Program.
Liberty Public Works opens the Tree Limb Yard during the last full weeks of April and October, and as needed after storms. The October Tree Limb Yard dates are scheduled for:
Only tree limbs may be brought to the area. Other yard waste will not be accepted. No commercial vehicles will be allowed to access the site. Liberty residents must provide proof of residency. The disposal site is located on new 210 Highway, approximately a 1/2 mile east of Highway 291. Residents should watch for signage on the north side of new 210 Highway identifying the site area.