4/19/2017 3:29:30 PM
City wide clean up this Saturday, April 22
It's time for spring cleaning to keep our community beautiful! The city of Broken Bow is sponsoring a city-wide cleanup with free collection sites (and the tree dump will be open for free as well) this Saturday, April 22, 2017.
The free collection site is between Tomahawk Park and Paul Brown field and will be open 8am to 3pm. Acceptable items include brick, lawn mowers, old bicycles, etc., miscellaneous metal, tires, automotive batteries, and appliances (must be tagged and drained).
NO paint, motor oil, lawn/garden chemicals, or household waste will be accepted.
All citizens are also reminded to recycle--trailers located year round at Tomahawk Park and at the Grocery Kart.
In addition, Broken Bow's Tree Dump will be open for free on Saturday, April 22 and Saturday, April 29 from 10am to 12pm and from 1-5pm. Acceptable materials include trees, branches, wood pallets, untreated lumber, unpainted lumber, grass clippings, leaves, yard waste, garden waste, flowers, bushes, and clean concrete (no rebar or wire mesh in the concrete).
For even more spring cleaning, drop off old computers, clothing, furniture, small appliances, and other items at the Goodwill Truck in the Schmick's Market parking lot between April 24-April 28.
Thanks to the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and the Broken Bow High School Leadership Class for their participation with the clean-up project. Myers Iron Salvage and Myers Roll-Offs will be providing the roll-offs.
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