The City of Texarkana, Texas Parks, and Recreation Department will host the Spring Community-Wide Yard Sale Saturday, October 23, at Spring Lake Park. The yard sale will begin at 8:00 a.m. and last until 3:00 p.m.

You can reserve your booth now for the sale. Booths may be secured at the Southwest Center located at 3222 7th Street in Texarkana beginning April 5th at 9:00 a.m. until sold out. Booths for the sale are 20 x 20 and cost $15.00. Reservations can be made in person or by calling (903) 798-3978 and choosing Option #1.

This event will also include an electronics recycling opportunity in partnership with UNICOR near the Splash Pad at Spring Lake Park on October 32, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Here are some of the items that are being accepted.
Answering Machines
Audio/Visual Equipment
Bar Coding Equipment
Cable TV Boxes
CD ROM Drives
Circuit Boards
Communication Systems
Computer Equipment
Computer Scrap (Copper and Plastic)
Desk Top Computers
DVD Players
Fax Machines Floppy Drives
Game Boys
GPS Devices
Hard Drives and Memory
Ink/Toner Cartridges
Laboratory Equipment
Mainframes and Servers
Microfiche Readers
MP3 Players
Peripherals Phones (cell, desk, digital
VOIP, sattelite, and secure)
Play Stations
Power Supplies
Flatscreen Televisions
Test Equipment
Tower Computers
VCR Players

A list of acceptable items can be found here: In case of inclement weather, the event will be rescheduled to November 6, 2021. For more information, please contact Eddie Aulds at 903-798-3979 or email at

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