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Posted on: June 24, 2019

City Street Department offers free pickup of yard debris

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. –  As a service to City residents, the Clarksville Street Department will offer free pickup of yard debris and tree limbs following the weekend’s line of severe thunderstorms.


The temporary service period will begin June 24, 2019 and continue through July 31, 2019.  Yard debris must be stacked or placed in cardboard boxes or biodegradable paper bags, plastic bags will not be picked up. The debris must be on the City of Clarksville’s right of way and not in the street or yard.


Tree limbs must be 6 feet or less in length.  The Street Department will not pick up limbs where a commercial company has pruned trees.


To schedule a yard debris pick up, contact the Clarksville Street Department at 931-472-3353.  Leave a message stating your address, how many biodegradable bags you have or if you have limbs. Residents may also email debris@cityofclarksville.com with the same information above. 

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