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Posted on: August 5, 2020

[ARCHIVED] STORM YARD DEBRIS - SPECIAL PICK UP ALERT

STORM DEBRIS - Updated 8/5/20

RESIDENTS:  Please place all storm debris (branches, tree trunks, etc.) at the curb and the Department of Public Works will begin removing it as soon as possible.  At this time, DPW is relaxing its requirements for cutting, bundling and tying branches through the week of 8/10/20*.

Please note:  Residents must call a landscaping or tree company to remove trees - or tree debris - that is on your property.  


*REGULARLY SCHEDULED BRUSH WEEK is next week:   (August 10-14, 2020.)  Please have all storm debris to the curb by your regularly scheduled brush day and it will be removed.   After that - the City will be reverting back to it’s regular guidelines for brush pick up.  


Call 422-1202 if you have any questions.

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