How would you like to win a free years worth of solid waste collection? Well, you could do just that with the City of Lawton's new contest "Solid Waste September."

The person who wins will have their solid waste fees waived for an entire year thanks to the City of Lawton and Arvest Bank. Public Works and the Department of Community Relations kicked off this new promotional contest starting today (09-01-21).

You're probably wondering how do I enter? It's easy all you have to do is follow all the rules and policies for both weekly trash pick ups and the monthly bulk picks ups without getting a single violation.

Now would be a good time to brush up on the regulations, click here for all the details. If you're new to town, or aren't too sure about when your trash or bulk pick up days are click here to review the calendar and different zones.

If you can make it the entire month of September without getting a single trash violation notice poly-cart regular trash pick ups and/or the bulk pick ups you'll be eligible to enter the Solid Waste September contest.

They'll start accepting contest entries starting next month from October 1st through October 8th at the City of Lawton official website. You could win free solid waste collection for a year! That's saves you $225.00

You can get all the details on the Solid Waste September contest and how to enter from the official press release from the city of Lawton below:

City of Lawton
City of Lawton
City of Lawton
City of Lawton

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