Please see below for Storm Debris Cleanup Information 

TREE DEBRIS CURBSIDE CLEAN UP NOTICE – The curbside cleanup for storm damage tree debris will begin on Monday, July 9 at 7 am.  Please have all of your storm damage tree debris to the curb by that time.  The debris should be kept in manageable lengths and sizes.  These piles will be picked up by people, not equipment. 

For quicker service Public Works will continue to have roll off dumpsters at our facility located at 2626 North Ave on the west side of our building.  Our gates are open 7 am to 7 pm every day.  The dumpsters will be available through July 27th. 

This City is providing this cleanup for storm damage tree debris only.  Everything else will have to fit into your trash container, purchase stickers at City Hall for a large item, or take it to the land fill. 

Please share this information with others.  If you see a neighbor in need of help or know someone in need of help, please help them if you are able.  Show your sense of community by helping others that can’t do what you are able to, or maybe don’t have the means to. 

Thank you so much for your cooperation with this storm event and cleanup! 

The City has free wood chips available at Public Works! Our gate is open from 7 am to 7 pm every day until July 27. The wood chip pile is located on the south side of our main shop area (between the two large buildings). You will have to load them yourself.

Please note that the Compost is NOT free, just the wood chips. Thank you!!

 

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