Thrift Stores & ReUse

Items in good working order can be donated or given away. Some thrift stores will pick up items from your home.

Hospice Services
, 14290 Lakeshore Dr., Clearlake

Hospice Services, 1701 S. Main St., Lakeport

Meals on Wheels Thrift Store, 120 N. Main St, Lakeport (707) 263-6174

Methodist Church, 21216 Washington, Middletown

People Services, 395 N. Main St., Lakeport

St. John's Thrift Store, 1190 N. Forbes St, Lakeport (707) 263-7564

St. Vincent dePaul, 16125 Orchard, Lower Lake

Listen to: the “Old Okie Trading Show,” 11:00 am to 1:00pm, Saturdays on KPFZ, Lake County Community Radio, 88.1 or “The Trading Post,” 10:00 am to 11:00 am, Fridays, on KXBX AM1270.

Join the Lakeport-Kelseyville Freecycle group. 

Donate building materials to Habitat for Humanity. Call 994-1100.

If items are not in good working order and you subscribe to residential curbside service, call your hauler to schedule a bulky item pick-up.

You can also deliver items to the facility nearest you for disposal. Items including dishes, glasses, stemware, mirrors, and window glass CANNOT be placed in recycle bins and must be disposed of as trash.

Check out CalRecycle's California Materials Exchange.