Bellevue’s fall clean up scheduled for October 8 | Bellevue

The City of Bellevue could have two areas obtainable for its annual fall clean up on Saturday, Oct. 8.Drop off is out there at twenty ninth and Hancock Streets and 8252 Cedar Island Road from 7 a.m. to three p.m. for Bellevue residents who pay trash charges included on their Metropolitan Utilities District invoice.A earlier month’s invoice can be required to show residency. A meals merchandise donation to the Bellevue Food Pantry with each load is requested.The city-sponsored clean up is restricted to residential objects solely, besides trash that may be bagged and left curbside for regular weekly pick-up. (*8*) and enterprise objects are usually not accepted, and no automobiles bigger than pickup vans are permitted until prior preparations are made.People can be requested to place stable waste instantly right into a Papillion Sanitation compactor truck or close to a roll off container, whereas steel and home equipment, electronics, batteries, propane tanks and concrete and masonry merchandise should be separated.

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Both areas will settle for:• Household and outside objects, together with furnishings, mattresses, carpeting and toys.• Metal items, together with main home equipment, storm doorways, storm home windows, garden mowers, snow blowers, bicycles, automotive components, propane tanks and fencing.• Construction supplies, together with lumber, drywall, doorways, home windows, masonry merchandise, concrete, sinks, bathrooms and landscaping timbers.• Electronics, together with laptop {hardware}, audio/video parts, radios and audio system.However, the clean up websites won’t settle for boats, campers, timber, brush, yard waste, automotive oil, paint or different hazardous wastes, televisions or laptop screens. While tires will even not be accepted, there can be a free scrap tire assortment on Friday, Sept. 9, from 8 a.m. to three p.m. on the Sarpy County Fairgrounds for county residents.Senior residents or people with disabilities that meet necessities and wish help can name Papillion Sanitation at 402-346-7800 for bulk objects curbside assortment.Questions might be referred to the Bellevue Street Department at 402-293-3126 or [email protected]

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