Free Fall Leaf Coupon - Clark County, WA
It's a windy weekend in Clark County. Leaves are blowing from the tree branches and piling up in our yards and streets. It's a recipe for street flooding, and that concern has prompted officials to encourage leaf clean-up and disposal.
Each year, crews clean up the city's more than 13,000 catch basins or storm water drains. In the process, they remove about 500 tons of leaves, sediment and other debris. Street sweepers can only push the leaves around, not vacuum up all of the leaves.
Disposal Coupon helps encourage residents to dispose of their fall leaves.
The City of Vancouver and Clark County officials offer a coupon that's good for FREE leaf disposal during the fall months. Property owners are responsible for ensuring that leaves from their trees are not blown or raked into the streets.
Other options include using the leaves as mulch around trees or in gardens, or using the Waste Connections yard debris collection service. Visit their website, or call 360-892-5370.
Use your coupon for leaf disposal in Clark County.
Use the coupon from Oct. 1 to Dec. 20, 2013, for free leaf disposal at City Bark, H&H Wood Recyclers, McFarlane’s Bark and West Van Materials Recovery Center. Only leaves - not other yard debris - may be disposed of as part of this free program for Vancouver and Clark County residents. A coupon is required; also look for fall leaf coupons in neighborhood newsletters and the curbside recycling newsletter.
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