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Bentonville City-Wide Storm Debris Clean Up

BENTONVILLE, AR-- The city of Bentonville has scheduled a city-wide clean up of storm debris from Wednesday's storm.
BENTONVILLE, AR-- The city of Bentonville will run a city-wide curbside clean up of storm debris from Wednesday's storms. The clean up will start Tuesday, July 29th, so that residents have time to move their debris to the curb. Crews will collect tree limbs, sticks and leaves.

In order to have debris picked up, residents must:

  • Have debris ready for collection by 7:00 a.m. on July 29th
  • Place debris within four to 10 feet from the curb and out of drainage ditches and roadways
  • Tree limbs, trunks, and shrubs cannot be more than six feet long or 24 inches in diameter. Stumps will not be collected.
City crews will begin picking up debris at 7 a.m. and go around all streets one time. They will not repeat the routes to pick up debris placed after 7:00.

The staff will not pick up any household waste, furniture, hazardous waste or any non-vegetative material. Residents may take materials to the City's Compost Facility at 2000 NW A Street. It's open Tuesday through Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To find a full list of acceptable materials, click this link.
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