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City of Henderson Gearing Up for Round Two of Spring Cleanup

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With one section of the city completed, the City of Henderson is preparing for its second round of Spring Cleanup on April 26.

Posted: Apr 15, 2021 3:35 PM
Updated: Apr 16, 2021 7:47 AM

The City of Henderson is preparing for the second phase of its Spring Cleanup.

With one section of the city completed, city officials have set the second phase of Spring Cleanup for April 26.

Residences north of Second Street should have their items out for pickup no later than 7:00 a.m. on Monday, April 26. Several days will be needed for collection in the area, so residents are asked to be patient if debris isn't removed right away.

During Spring Cleanup, tree limbs, broken furniture, and other large items that you would normally take to the landfill will be picked up during each phase, free of charge.

Items that shouldn't be put out/won't be picked up include tires, batteries, oil, paint, air conditioners, and refrigerators.

Each home will be allowed one small pickup truck-size load of general household debris and one small pickup truck-size load of yard debris, such as brush and limbs.

The city notes the importance of putting out items for pickup by the April 26 7:00 a.m. deadline, as crews will only be collecting on each street once.

Anyone who misses the Monday morning deadline can call Public Works at 270-831-1224, but the city says anyone who orders a special pickup will be charged.

For a full list of Spring Cleanup guidelines, visit the City of Henderson's website.

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