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The City of Edmond’s Field Services division of Public Works will be collecting tree debris from the October ice storm in accordance with the City of Edmond’s Emergency Operation Plan’s Level Three Response.
There will be two rounds of tree debris pick up and the first will begin on Monday, November 9th. Crews will begin at the west city limits and work their way east. Once they have completed the entire city, they will begin the second round moving from west to east. Pick up is available to residential homes but does not include businesses/churches or apartment complexes.
Tree debris must be cut into no more than six (6) foot sections and must be placed within ten (10) feet behind the curb of the residence. Residents are asked to avoid piling debris on or near water meters, gas meters, electric facilities, mailboxes, fire hydrants or irrigation systems.
With a large amount of tree debris in the city, these pickups will take place over several weeks. WE ASK FOR EVERYONE’S PATIENCE DURING THIS LENGTHY PROCESS.
For residents that would like to dispose of debris sooner, there will be a free drop off opportunity at Hafer Park. Beginning Wednesday, November 4th, the baseball field parking lot will become a temporary tree debris dump site for residents living in the city limits. Drop off services will be every day from 10 am – 6 pm.
This option is only available for residential customers who receive City of Edmond solid waste services. A copy of a current City of Edmond utility bill and a driver’s license will be required to prove Edmond residency.
Due to space restrictions, no vehicles larger than one ton trucks with a trailer up to 16-feet long will be allowed. Tree debris must be cut into no longer than six (6) foot sections.
If you are unsure whether you live in the Edmond City Limits, you can determine eligibility by checking your home address at www.edmondok.com/doiliveinedmond.