Released on June 7, 2022 - 10:07am

Mayor Craig A. Moe and the Department of Public Works is excited to announce a Yard Debris drop-off day! In addition to our normal Wednesday yard debris collections (please call or email to schedule), the Department of Public Works will accept yard debris drop-offs on Monday, June the 13th between 8 AM and 1 PM (or until our dumpster is full) at the Public Works building at 305 First Street.  Please enter the facility from our Little Montgomery Street entrance located off of US Route 1 North (Second Street).  For questions or directions please email or call the Department of Public Works. 

This drop-off event is for yard debris only: grass, tree branches, leaves, and other plant material.  This drop off is not for other garden waste such as: dirt, gravel, flower pots, shovels, hoses, or other non-plant materials.  Yard debris does not have to be bundled or containerized for this drop off and can be placed loose in the dumpster!

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