City of Bellevue Continues its Efforts with the Storm Cleanup.

  • 26 June 2017
  • Author: Phil Davidson
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City of Bellevue Continues its Efforts with the Storm Cleanup.

The City of Bellevue continues to cleanup area neighborhood’s that were affected by the recent storm.  The tree dump at Haworth Park, north of the Softball Fields, continues to be open from 8am to 8pm now through Wednesday, June 28th.  This site only accepts tree related debris.

The dump site at Two Springs Elementary located at 3001 Spring Boulevard is open now through Wednesday, June 28th from 6am to 3pm.  This site is for residents to dispose of bulk items, construction and demolition debris related to the recent storm.  No Appliances, liquids, hazardous waste or tree debris will be accepted at this site.

The City continues to pickup tree related debris that has been left curbside.  City Crews cannot come on to private property or yards to remove debris so citizens need to make sure damaged trees and branches are cut and placed into bundles no more than 6 feet long and are placed at the curb for crews to pick up.  City crews have already handled a massive amount of tree material and have been working around the clock along with Papillion Sanitation to make sure all neighborhoods are clear.

Thank you to the citizens, volunteers, individuals and organizations that have assisted in the cleanup effort.  The City will provide additional updates as needed.

 

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