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Posted on: December 7, 2020

Debris Cleanup Continues

Logan County Debris Disposal

The following is updated information is for residents who live in the unincorporated areas of the county.  Unincorporated areas are those that are outside the boundaries of any city or town.

Please understand that clearing debris from county roadways is our first priority.  

 

District #1, 2315 19th Street, Guthrie:

District #1 has begun clearing debris from county mile line roadways.  Opening and maintaining the main county roads is the first priority.  It will take several weeks to complete this step.

Urbanized and residential areas where the county has road right of way authority will begin next.  Residents in these areas should cut tree debris in 6’ length sections and stack it next to road way. The county will remove the debris as the area is worked. This will take some time to accomplish.

Residents may bring storm debris to the District #1 yard, M-F, 8:00 – 3:00.   Please check-in at office before dumping.  Please do not leave debris outside of the fence if we are closed.

 

District #2, 1550 N. Midwest Blvd, Guthrie:

District #2 has exceeded capacity to receive any more storm debris.  Once District #2 has reduced the debris, collections will resume.  Please do not leave debris outside of fence.

 

District #3, 13600 W CR 71, Crescent

Residents may bring storm debris to the District #3 yard, M-F, 8:00 – 3:00.   Please check-in at office before dumping.  Please do not leave debris outside of the fence if we are closed.

 

See county map here to locate your District.  District Map

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