1.2 min readBy Published On: August 27th, 2023Categories: Features0 Comments on Moving Day in the Neighborhood!

It’s almost September 1st and you know what that means – it’s Moving Day in the neighborhood! The coming week promises lots of double-parked cars and moving vans, “no parking” moving permits (which residents will ignore), and trash galore!

You know what they say, “one man’s trash is another’s treasure.”  Maybe you’re in the market for a pre-owned couch, a broken vacuum cleaner or maybe a “Live, Love, Laugh” sign.  This day brings out the inner hoarder in all of and makes us pass a pile of garbage and think, “Hmmm…maybe I could use that?”

According to the real estate website RentHop, South Boston has the highest rate of moving permits issued in the City of Boston -more than Allston and Brighton.

Top 10 Zip Codes With Highest Number of Issued Permits

If you have issues with trash or parking violations, you are highly encouraged to use the City’s 311 app.

If you have questions on how to reserve a moving permit, visit here! 

For residents looking to drop off their household textiles, including clothes, shoes, sneakers, bags, stuffed animals, bedding, and towels, the City of Boston has designated drop boxes for them.  You can get the scoop here! 

Just a reminder – you can’t throw out mattresses in the trash – they have to be picked up separately.  Learn more here! 

Good luck out there! 

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