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Posted on: September 2, 2020

[ARCHIVED] News Release: Storm Debris Cleanup Update

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Date: September 2, 2020

City of Moline

Storm Debris Cleanup Update

As of today, September 2, 2020, the City requests all storm debris from the August 10, 2020, derecho storm be placed at the curb or alley for pickup. Following today, any new yard waste and/or branches to be picked up must adhere to regular yard waste collection rules and guidelines. City crews recently completed clearing of storm debris from sidewalks and boulevards along our high traffic routes to ensure the safety of students walking to school with classes now in session. City crews will now be working west to east through the City to finish storm debris pickup. The City appreciates everyone’s patience as this created an unprecedented number of debris to cleanup.

After the storm cleanup the city will revert to the traditional rules for yard waste disposal. Residents are reminded that free pick up of regular yard waste, brush trimmings or tree limbs, that they must be tied into bundles with individual limbs being no more than four feet in length and no more than four inches in diameter, and the bundles being no more than one foot in diameter. Yard waste stickers are also now required for yard waste and debris.  For more information on regular yard waste collection, please see the website link here. Yard waste and recycling/trash collection will continue to remain on regular schedule. 

If you have any questions, please call Public Works at (309)524-2400 or use the GO resident request link here.

News Release: Storm Debris Cleanup Update

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