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October 10, 2013

Tree Debris Pick-Up to Come at Later Date

Rapid City will not be able to help residents clearing debris from the storm for several weeks.

October Blizzard
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BHKN (Sam Slocum)

At an emergency Wednesday meeting, the Rapid City Council was informed that curbside pick-up of tree and yard debris from the storm would not be available for several weeks. According to the Rapid City Journal, Public Works Director Terry Wolterstorff said that city pick-up of the debris from homes would be necessary, but the city would have to follow a process to do it.

The landfill will not accept yard waste at this time. Instead, residents will need to use a drop-off location: the Central States Fairgrounds, Fitzgerald Stadium (off Sheridan Lake Road), or the Civic Center overflow parking lot (off 5th Street).

KOTA-MyTown offers tips for dealing with storm debris.

Check out our Winter Storm Emergencies page for what to do during a storm, where to look for more information, and numbers to call for assistance.

 

 

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