by: Joanie Amato Spain
stored in: General

The City of Dayton’s Division of Street Maintenance has set a deadline of March 11 for residents to call and schedule a pick-up for tree limbs and related debris from the recent ice storm.  Requests should be made by calling the Public Works Call Center at 333-4800.

City crews will be removing debris through the end of the month, however they will not accept new requests after March 11. Residents who have already phoned in a pick-up request are not required to call again.

Homeowners who have not pre-scheduled a pick-up by March 11 must make other arrangements to have their debris removed.  Residents always have the option to personally drop off branches (for free) at the Wagner Ford landfill (2670 Wagner Ford Road) between 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Residents can also contact private contractors to cut and remove storm debris.  City of Dayton crews are not responsible for removing items cut by private contractors.

Items collected by City of Dayton crews must be placed at the curb line only, not in alleyways.  Although not required, residents are encouraged to cut and bundle the tree debris as much as possible to facilitate the collection process.

To arrange a pick up for storm debris, call the Public Works Call Center at 333-4800 before March 11th.

One Response to “Notice from the City of Dayton:”

  1. Danielle Dumont Says:

    Success! I called four weeks ago to arrange pick up of the many fallen tree limbs following the Groundhog Day ice storm, and the city crews came by last week and cleared it all away.

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