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Provo offers free dumpsters for snowstorm debris

Published November 13, 2012 5:32 pm
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Provo city has free dumpsters in place to help with cleanup from last week's snowstorm. Dumpsters will be available at the locations below up to Tuesday for tree branches broken off by the snowstorm.

Covey Center for the Arts parking lot (500 W. 100 South)

400 N. 400 East

250 S. 600 West

Footprinter Park (1400 W. 1150 South)

750 W. 400 North

Lions Park (1200 N. 1000 West)

550 S. 500 East

Kiwanis Park (930 N. 1100 East)

Fort Utah Park (200 N. Geneva Rd.)

Timp Kiwanis Park (3300 N. 650 East)

2620 N. Foothill Drive

SUVSWD Compost Facility (1625 South Industrial Parkway)

Provo City is still calling for volunteers to help property owners—especially the elderly—with cleanup. Those who need help with debris on their own property, or who want to volunteer, can call United Way of Utah County at 211. Those who want to report debris on public property can call Provo City's Customer Service Division at 801-852-6000 or 311.




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