City of Newnan

Curbside storm debris pickup begins Monday

Newnan city crews will begin curbside collection of storm debris on Monday.

“The public is asked to place limbs and brush from the storm curbside, as you normally would for yard waste,” said Gina Snider, city public information officer. “Please keep storm debris contained in as small a footprint as possible so as not to impede traffic.”

Due to anticipated volumes, collections of storm debris will not coincide with city residents’ regularly scheduled day for pick-up of trash, recycling, and bulk, Snider said. The city will continue running its normal schedule for the collection of bulk and household items.

City officials plan to have additional forces to collect storm debris until Feb. 28.

For questions about yard debris removal, contact city officials directly at 770-253-0327 or visit www.cityofnewnan.org .



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