Sunday, July 1, 2012
Alexandria city debris removal
Debris Removal Guidelines The City of Alexandria is continuing to recover from the severe storms that caused thousands of power outages and brought down trees throughout the City on June 29. City crews will be collecting tree debris from the curb and public rights-of-way over the next week. The City is temporarily relaxing some of its normal requirements for removal of tree debris on private property. Residents removing tree debris on their property should place tree limbs and debris at the curb, and if possible, cut them down to pieces that you, as a homeowner, can safely take to the curb for collection. Residents are encouraged to use care when removing large trees that have fallen on their property. If a professional tree removal contractor is hired, they should to remove all debris from the site. If you are discarding food as a result of an extended power outage, please remember that trash and recycling will be collected on a normal schedule during the week of July 2, including the Independence Day Holiday on July 4. For more information, call 703.746.HELP or visit www.alexandriava.gov/Storm.
Posted by Alexandria Mom at 3:55 PM