To assist the Citizens of Plymouth in debris removal from the recent Flood Event, the City Street Department will be collecting household debris. The collection began February 27 and continue through March.
Citizens are directed to place their debris out on their curb, in front of their residence. Debris items need to be separated into piles by category.
- Appliances and furnaces
- Drywall, carpet, wood and furniture
Do not place piles near trees, signs or hydrants. The Street Department will be using large equipment to remove debris and you may end up with some yard damage. This will be the citizen’s responsibility to repair. Removal of the items will also leave some residue that the citizen will need to rake up and dispose of in their garbage toter.
The Street Department will be making frequent inspections of the flood-effected neighborhoods to pick items up. Please be patient. The piles will be picked up.
We will NOT be removing the debris from an entire structure removal. Citizens will need to contact a removal company on their own to take care of the debris from an entire structure.
We will NOT remove hazardous chemicals. Hazardous chemicals will need to be taken to the Recycle Depot at 1900 Walter Glaub Dr, Plymouth.
Any questions, please call the Street Department at 574-936-2017.