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Henrico offers special bulky waste pickup of vegetative storm debris

Residents must request $43 service by March 5; pickup to occur within 2 weeks

Henrico County is offering a special bulky waste pickup service for $43 per order to help residents remove vegetative debris left by the recent snow and ice storms.

To receive the service, residents must call (804) 501-4275 by Friday, March 5. All debris must meet the county’s criteria for pickup and be placed at the road’s edge when the order is placed. Pickups are expected to occur within two weeks. The $43 charge will be added to residents’ utility bills or will be invoiced.

To be eligible for pickup, limbs and branches must be no larger than 4 inches in diameter and no longer than 4 feet. Leaves, yard clippings and pine tags must be bagged.

Crews will not accept stumps, root balls, items that are not vegetative storm debris or any material placed by a tree service company or contractor.

Residents also have the option of taking their yard debris at no cost to the Springfield Road Public Use Area, 10600 Fords Country Lane, and Charles City Road Public Use Area, 2075 Charles City Road. Mulch also is available for free. For more information, go to henrico.us/services/public-use-areas-for-disposal.

The Department of Public Utilities has suspended its standard bulky waste pickups of yard debris, appliances and other items due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, go to henrico.us/services/bulky-waste-collections.

 
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