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Bountiful’s spring cleanup set for April 9-13

FILE - Carlos Alonzo, with Grasteit's Yard Care, does yard work on a house in Bountiful on Monday, Feb. 27, 2012. Bountiful's spring cleanup is set for April 9-13. On residents’ regular garbage pickup day, city crews will also remove trash and refuse that
FILE - Carlos Alonzo, with Grasteit's Yard Care, does yard work on a house in Bountiful on Monday, Feb. 27, 2012. Bountiful's spring cleanup is set for April 9-13. On residents’ regular garbage pickup day, city crews will also remove trash and refuse that has been properly bundled, bagged or boxed.
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

BOUNTIFUL — The city’s spring cleanup is set for April 9-13.

On residents’ regular garbage pickup day, city crews will also remove trash and refuse that has been properly bundled, bagged or boxed. Tree limbs and trunks must be cut in 5-foot lengths, bundled and tied with twine. Each bundle, bag or box must not exceed 50 pounds.

Concrete and construction materials will not be picked up. All items, including old furniture or appliances, must be placed on the drive approach or park strip — not on the street or sidewalk.

Items will be picked up by a special cleanup crew and may come by at a different time than the sanitation truck.

Residents should have the items out before 7 a.m.

Also, to assist city residents, the landfill will not charge a fee during cleanup week or the following week, so trash that does not meet the above guidelines can be disposed of at no charge. The landfill no longer accepts propane tanks or tires of any kind.