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City-Wide Garage Sale Day Event

When: Saturday, May 31, 2014Garage Sale
Time: 9:00am to 1:00pm

To encourage the reuse and recycling of household items, the City of Burnaby, as part of the City's annual Environment Week celebration, invites residents of single and two-family homes, multi-family complexes* and non-profit groups to participate in a City-Wide Garage Sale Day Event.

Here's How it Works

  • Residents are invited to host their own garage sales to take place on Saturday, May 31, 2014 9:00am to 1:00pm (you can sell items after 1:00pm).
  • Participants must register with the City by Sunday, May 18, 2014.
  • Once registered, the City will promote participating garage sales on the City website, at Civic Facilities and in the local newspapers. It's that easy!

* Please Note: If you live in a multi-family complex (apartment, condo, townhome) please ask your Property Manager/Strata/Property Owner/Co-op to complete the "Multi-family complex authorization form". The City only requires one multi-family complex authorization form per complex and is unable to register your garage sale until we receive this additional form.

How To Register

  • Register Online by Sunday, May 18, 2014  
  • Download the Registration Form and drop off/mail to:
    City Hall - 4th Floor Engineering Department
    4949 Canada Way, Burnaby
  • Pick up a registration form at: Burnaby City Hall, Public Libraries and Recreation Facilities. 

Check back soon for a map and list of all garage sale locations.

Garage Sale Day Event Resources

Questions?

Phone: 604-294-7460
Email: engineering@burnaby.ca

Help keep stuff out of the garbage by reusing, reselling or giving items away!

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