Appleton Public Works Helps With Clean-Up
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APPLETON -- The Department of Public Works in Appleton is working to help you clean up from this latest spring storm.
Due to the recent ice storm the department is working on clearing roadways in the city that have been blocked by falling branches and trees. In additiong to the normal hours of operation at the yard waste site at 2625 E. Glendale Ave, the sit will open tomorrow from 9 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. It will remain open to allow citizens to drop off branches and other yard debris.
Public Works will provide curbside city-wide tree and branch collection starting Monday April 18 and going through Friday April 26. Tree and branch debris will be collected on the day following your regular garbage day. During this special collection:
-Trees need to be cut to a maximum of 8 feet in length
- Large items (larger than 4 inches in diameter) do not need to be bundled.
- Branches and brush smaller than 4 inches must be cut to 4-foot lengths and bundled not to exceed 45 pounds.
- Small twigs and yard waste need to be in containers or lawn/leaf bags. Containers should have handles, be 33 gallons or less and weigh less than 45 pounds when full.