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Citywide cleanup begins Monday

Jamestown's annual residential citywide cleanup starts Monday, May 1, and runs through Saturday, May 6. City street crews will pick up debris from residences on designated days around the city. On Monday, May 1, crews will be in the southeast par...

 

Jamestown’s annual residential citywide cleanup starts Monday, May 1, and runs through Saturday, May 6.

City street crews will pick up debris from residences on designated days around the city. On Monday, May 1, crews will be in the southeast part of the city. On Tuesday, May 2, work crews will be in the southwest section. On Wednesday, May 3, crews will be in the northwest section of the city. On Thursday, May 4, work crews will be in the northeast section of the city.

Work crews will pick up household items, including furniture, small tree branches and small-scale building, remodeling and landscaping debris. People should have the debris placed in small, neat piles by 7 a.m. of the day work crews will be in their area. The debris should be placed on the street next to the curb.

For more information about what items will and won’t be picked up during cleanup week, call 252-5900.

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