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Community Clean Up Days

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Spring Clean Up Day 

Saturday April 22nd, 2017 - 9:00am to 3:00pm @ Sunset & Shorty Combs Parks.

* Staff from the Airway Heights Parks and Recreation Department and volunteers from the Heights Church will be staffing sites.
Accepting - Trimmed branches less than 2 inches in diameter and less than 6 feet in length, tree leaves, pinecones & needles, grass clippings and thatch, and garden vegetation. Also accepting general household debris.

Not Accepting - Dirt, sod, rocks, untrimmed tree branches & limbs. Hazardous materials such as batteries, oil, etc. Furniture, appliances, motors, transmissions, vehicle body parts. 

 

 

Fall Clean Up Day

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* PROOF OF RESIDENCY WILL BE REQUIRED (Water Bill with Photo ID)

Residents are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to drop off yard and garden debris during the fall clean up. Parks & Recreation staff will be accepting clean green yard and garden waste at the Park Maintenance Building located at 924 S. Lawson St. 

Accepting – Trimmed branches less than 2 inches in diameter, tree leaves, pinecones & needles, grass clippings and thatch, garden vegetation.
Not Accepting – Dirt, sod, rocks, untrimmed tree branches & limbs, plastic bags & general household garbage.

TIP: The yard care season isn't over once fall arrives, especially when it comes to trees. Fall is an excellent time for planting most trees. It's also important to do your fall tree care now to prepare them for the harsh winter conditions.  Make sure to remove the 3 D's - dead, diseased or damaged branches. These serve as points where diseases or pests could enter and branches that interfere with other branches, those that rub against the house or that overhang a walkway or roof. It is also the responsibility of homeowners to trim overgrown bushes and trees back off the sidewalk. Branches should be trimmed up to seven feet above the sidewalk.