REMINDER: Roadside debris removal program ends May 21

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Residents asked to place debris on the side of the road and contact county for pick-up

Boulder County, Colo. – Unincorporated Boulder County residents in select hard hit areas (highlighted in yellow on the debris removal map) should place debris on the side of the road for pickup no later than Wednesday, May 21 to ensure that they won’t be responsible for disposal logistics and costs. Residents outside of the areas listed are responsible for their own debris disposal.

After moving debris to the roadside, residents must report pile locations to the county for pick-up by completing one of these actions:

• Fill out an online Debris Reporting Form;
• Send an email to debrisresponseteam@bouldercounty.org; or,
• Call 720-564-2222.

After contacting the county, a contractor will schedule trips to pick-up locations for debris removal. Failure to place debris on the side of the road and contacting Boulder County for pickup could result in residents having to pay for the removal of the debris themselves.

Please visit www.BoulderCountyFlood.org for a list of debris collection guidelines and rules. People are asked to take hazardous materials to the Hazardous Materials Management Facility at 1901 63rd St in Boulder.

For more information on the debris removal program, call 720-564-2222 or email debrisresponseteam@bouldercounty.org.





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