Released on November 10, 2022 - 1:48pm

Mayor Craig A. Moe and the Department of Public Works is excited to announce another Yard Debris drop-off day!

The regularly scheduled yard debris pickup for November 16th is full.  But we understand you might not want to hold onto your yard debris until the next scheduled pickup on November 30th, after the Thanksgiving holiday.  Because of this, the Department of Public Works will accept yard debris drop-offs on Wednesday, November the 16th and Wednesday, November 23rd from 8:30 am until 3:30 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).  The dumpster will be next to our "stone building" on your left as you enter the yard. For questions or directions please email ([email protected]) or call (301-725-0088) 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, lawn mowers, lumbers, plywood, household items or any non-plant materials.  Yard debris does not have to be bundled, in paper bags, or containerized for this drop off and can be placed loose in the dumpster!

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