Who doesn’t like free stuff?
That could be why Saskatoon’s curbside swap program has been growing in popularity ever since it’s inception in 2015.
Amber Weckworth, the city’s education and environment performance manager, said all people have to do to participate is register online.
“Put them (your items) out right in front of your house,” Weckworth said. “List them if you can so people realize it’s there.”
This isn’t an opportunity to get rid of all your unwanted items.
Food, mattresses, car/booster seats and cribs are among the unacceptable items listed on the city’s website.
“If, for whatever reason, something doesn’t get taken which isn’t that common make sure you bring it in at the end of the day,” Weckworth said.
She also suggested unclaimed goods could be donated to charity.
This year’s curbside swap runs Saturday until 6 p.m.