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Posted on: March 22, 2019

Spring Clean-Up 2019

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The City of Clarksburg will again sponsor its Annual Residential Only Spring Clean-Up.  Open trucks will be available to take items too large and bulky for normal garbage pick –up (limited to one truck load per residence).   Stoves, washers, dryers, household items, hot water tanks, and dried out paint cans are a few examples of items that will be picked up.  Refrigerators, air conditioners, and freezers must be properly tagged, noting that all Freon has been professionally removed.  Without proof of Freon removal, the above items will NOT be picked up.  No normal household garbage will be taken.

Vehicle parts, batteries and tires along with liquids will NOT be picked up.  Auto Zone at 106 W. Main will accept used motor oil.  Clarksburg Scrap Metals at 702 N. Ohio Avenue and Nicholson Auto, Inc. at 168 Peck Street receives old vehicle parts and all appliances. Due to recent changes in Landfill policies, this year we will be picking up electronic equipment such as televisions, microwaves or computers. 

To take advantage of this FREE service, Clarksburg residents are requested to place items at the curb or in the alley where their normal garbage pick-up is made.  PLEASE DO NOT PLACE ITEMS OUT BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED DAY.  To view this information on line, go to cityofclarksburgwv.com (site search: Spring Clean Up)

Small items must be boxed, bagged or tied.  Nothing loose will be taken.  All containers must be disposable and of a size and weight one-man can hoist up into a dump truck bed.

No materials from contractor’s jobs will be included in this free service.  Items not properly prepared will NOT be taken.   Yard Waste items will be picked up by a separate Compost Department truck.

Any questions, feel free to contact the Public Works Center at 902 N. 3rd Street or phone (304) 624-1611 or (304) 624-1612.



The three (3) weeks schedule will be as followed:

WEEK 1:

MONDAY –April 1:   Adamston (all streets on the North Side of W. Pike Street Including Adams Avenue and N. 24th to N. 27th and all streets in between and S. 24th St., S. 28th St., including Junkins Ave., Fairmont Ave. and Hoffman Ave.) plus, Glenwood Hills and Edgewood Addition.

TUESDAY –April 2:   Glen Elk I includes N. 5th Street, part of Baltimore, Wholesale, Hogans Lane, Clark, Leggett, Werninger, Ford, and N. 4th Streets; the north side of W. Pike Street from N. 4th Street to the West End Bridge, including Walnut, Hewes, Mulberry, Beech, Birch, Locust, Northcott, Everett, Peck, Gandy and any other side streets normally serviced in these areas.

WEDNESDAY –April 3:  Baltimore and Coleman Avenues, A & B Streets, Point Comfort – all streets on both sides of W. Pike Street to the Adamston Bridge.   Adamston area (all streets on the south side of W. Pike Street from S. 21st Street to S. 24th Street including Farland and Hillcrest Court).

THURSDAY –April 4:  North View, from N. 12th Street to the south side of N. 19th Street; all streets in this area.

FRIDAY –April 5:  Northview, from N. 19th Street to N. 25th Street, and all of Riverside Addition to Green Avenue.  All streets in this area.


WEEK 2:

MONDAY – April 8:  In the Stealey Area – Park Boulevard, Fairview, Grove, Kuhl, Milford Street from Baker Ave. to Waverly Way and all streets in between that are in this area.

TUESDAY – April 9:  From the Milford Street Bridge to Baker Ave.; all streets on the north side of Milford Street to Winding Way that are in this area.

WEDNESDAY –April 10:  From Sampson Street; the south side of Milford Street to Liberty Avenue; Also, Stoneybrooke, Hartland, Chestnut Hills, S. Chestnut Street and the surrounding streets in these areas.

THURSDAY –April 11:  From the West End Bridge; all streets on the south side of West Pike and West Main Streets – Glendale, Holt, Ferry, Stuart, Sumner, Dale, Washington, Dodge Court, Jasper, Lynch; the sections of Lee, Hornor and all side streets up to S. 5th Street; South Chestnut from W. Main to Kramer Drive and all streets in these areas.

FRIDAY –April 12:  From E. B. Saunders to S. 5th Street; everything on the south side of W. Main Street up to Clifton.  Both sides of W. Pike street from E. B. Saunders to 2nd Street; School, Chapel, Sheridan, Gore and N. 1st Street.


WEEK 3:

MONDAY –April 15:  Broadway area; Marshall Street to Buckhannon Pike at Haymond Highway; Waldeck, Lang, Spring, Hedge, Rosemont, St. Clair and a portion of Harrison Street and all streets in these areas.

TUESDAY –April 16:  Upper Broad Oaks area, Suan Terrace, Arbutus Park and Nixon Plaza, plus any streets in these areas.

WEDNESDAY – April 17:  Monticello to Elm – south side of East Main including Maple, Clay Carr, Despard, Elm, Vermont, Point, Tyler, Howard, Harrison and all streets in these areas.

THURSDAY – April 18:  Goff Plaza; all streets on the north side of E. Main Street; E. Pike from N. Monticello to Linden Avenue; side streets in the area of Church, Grant, Jackson, Oak, Meigs, Maple, etc.

FRIDAY –April 19:  Kelly Hill area, both sides of E. Pike from Linden to City Limits; Glen Elk #2; Montpelier Addition and surrounding streets that are in this area.  The Hill ‘N’ Dale, Quarry Development and the Oak Mound/Mapleview Apartment areas and Rosebud Trailer Park.


 

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