Gainesville Residents Continue To Clean Up After Weekend Storms
The storms may be over, but the clean-up around town continues.
The City of Gainesville wants residents to know what they can do to make sure all the fallen tree limbs get collected.
The City of Gainesville's Curbside Collection Program will only pick up branches that are four feet or less, and bundles that weigh less than 40 pounds. If you hire a contractor to cut up a large tree in your yard, a city ordinance states the contractor must remove the waste and not leave the debris on the side of the road because tree removal by a contractor is not covered by the city's collection program.
- Gainesville Residents Cleaning Up After Severe Weekend Weather
- Gainesville Residents Clean Up Damage From Severe Storms
- After the Storm with Bradford County Residents
- More Storm Damage Clean Up
- Marion County Residents Clean Up Fatal Crash Site
- Unexplained fire at cemetery, residents want city to clean it up
- Residents Say the EPA's Clean Up Plan Is Not Enough
- Lake City Residents Cleanup Mess Left Behind by Severe Storms
- A Reason to Celebrate for Suwannee County Residents in Storm Affected Areas
- East Marion Elementary School Undergoes Deep Cleaning After Infection Outbreak