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Davis County cities plan Spring cleanup
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Tree cleanup - file
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The weather's warmer, rain and snow are a bit less frequent - it's Spring in Davis County. That also means it's time for Spring Cleanups.

The following cities have scheduled cleanups.  Others have already held theirs.

- Bountiful

Its cleanup is Monday, April 14-Friday, April 18. On residents' regular pickup day, city crews will remove trash and refuse which has been properly bundled, bagged, or boxed. Items must be ready for pickup by 7 a.m. that day. Limbs and trees must be cut, bundled and tied in five-foot lengths. Each bundle, bag or box must not weigh over 50 lbs. Concrete and construction materials will not be picked up curb side. Old furniture or appliances must be placed on the drive approach or park strip. The landfill not will not charge a fee to residents that week or the following week.

- Centerville

Residents were asked to have green waste at the curb by last Sunday evening, April 6, for cleanup by a private company during the week.

- Farmington

The major portion of Farmington's annual spring cleanup is over. An extra garbage collection date has been set for Saturday, April 19. Materials should be placed in the regular, roll-out black container and rolled to the curb by 6 a.m. No rocks, dirt, appliances or hazardous waste is permitted.

- Fruit Heights

Residents will receive free landfill vouchers, allowing them to take up to three loads to the Wasatch Integrated Waste Landfill, 1997 E. 3500 North in Layton. Loads can be taken to the landfill from Saturday, April 26 to Saturday, May 3. Vouchers will be available starting Monday, April 21, at city hall, 910 S. Mountain Road.

- Kaysville

Bags or bundles of yard debris will be picked up Monday, April 28, starting at 6 a.m. Tree branches must be less than 5 feet long and should be tied in bundles weighing less than 50 lbs. Bags containing leaves or other yard trimmings should also be less than 50 lbs. The yard debris will be loaded by hand. Products containing hazardous material, wood, sheet rock, sod or soil, will not be picked up.

- North Salt Lake

On the weekend of April 25-April 27, residents can bring green waste and regular trash to dumpsters that will be set up at three places: Fox Hollow and Hatch Parks and Eaglewood Golf Course.

- West Bountiful

Cleanup goes from Saturday, April 25-Saturday, May 3. Residents can dispose of various items in large bins that will be placed in the north parking lot of City Park. Hours are weekdays, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. and Saturdays, 8 a.m. until bins are full. No dumping will be allowed on Sunday, April 26. Disposal of yard waste, scrap metal, and miscellaneous cleanup materials will be allowed from primary residences. Driver licenses will be checked. A variety of items will not be collected. See for more information.  Green waste can be taken for free to the Bountiful Landfill.

- Woods Cross

The cleanup was through April 11, with items picked up on residents' regular garbage day. For more information, call city offices at 801-292-4421.

-Layton, Clearfiled, Syracuse, West Point, and South Weber did not plan any curbside cleanup services. 

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