From staff and press reports
The property owners who sustained damage as a result of the April 28 tornadoes and storms are running out of time to clean up debris and place at right of way for cleanup
by city and county.
Those persons have until Sunday, July 20 to place eligible disaster-related debris at the Right-Of-Way (Curbside) for pickup.
Eligible debris removal activities from private property include volunteers or property owners putting debris at the Right Of Way.
This does not apply to hired contractors debris removal.
For the city of county to collect on the Right-Of-Way for removal, materials should be divided into the following catergories:
• Vegetative Debris,
• Household Hazardous Waste,
• White goods such as refrigerators and dryers, and electronics.
Debris That Is Not Eligible For Curbside Pickup:
• New Construction Debris,
• Concrete Slabs,
• Sidewalks, Patios, Pools Or Driveways,
• Debris removed From Agricultural Land, Unimproved Or Undeveloped Private Property.
Officials remind that debris removal is for residential properties only.
If a property owners hire contractors to move debris, the contractors must haul the debris off the property and cannot just move it to The Right-Of-Way. Debris left by contractors is not eligible for pickup.
Residents who have questions about debris sorting or debris eligibility should contact:
For questions in Winston County please call: (662) 773-3631
For questions in City Of Louisville please call: (662) 773-9201