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Posted on: April 25, 2023

Guidelines issued for cleanup campaign in May

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During the month of May, the Public Works Department again will expand its collection services to accommodate residents as part of the annual Make Danville Shine community cleanup campaign.

The department will waive fees for appliance pickups, tire disposal, and oversized piles of yard waste and large bulk debris. The waiver of fees and restrictions, however, does not include tree stumps, debris generated by tree contractors, large bulk debris generated by contractors, and construction or demolition debris from contractors.

No rental trailers are available, but oversized piles of yard waste and large bulk debris can be placed at the residential curbside for collection by a bucket truck. Residents are asked to separate the yard waste from the large bulk debris. Loose leaves and grass clippings must be bagged. Collection will take place once a week on the regular scheduled weekday.

By appointment, crews will collect large appliances for free and heavy debris such as bricks, rocks, cinder blocks and dirt. Heavy debris from contractors will not be collected free of charge.

The fee for tire disposal will be waived for residents but is limited to only four tires per household. Commercial tires are not included in the fee waiver.

All household trash and small debris should be inside an approved cart. Unapproved trash carts will not be emptied. All loose debris and household trash must be bagged. No car parts and hazardous materials such as liquids, paints and fuel can be included. 

The department has produced a flyer with the guidelines.

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