Ice storm cleanup: Cities offer options to dispose of debris

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A number of homes in Kettering were damaged from this mornings ice storm.

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After an ice storm left significant tree damage throughout the region, several cities are offering options for debris cleanup.

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In Fairborn, residents can dispose of debris by:

  • Drop off limbs and brush at Oakes Quarry Park starting at 8 a.m. Nov. 26.
  • The site will be open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Drop off is available until Dec. 15.
  • All brush must be less than four inches in diameter and eight feet in length.
  • Firewood must be less than 18 inches in length and 14 inches in diameter.
  • City staff will be present to verify residency, check debris and assist with unloading if needed.
  • Call Street and Equipment Maintenance Supervisor Sean Sink at 937-754-3025 with questions.

In Centerville:

  • Put debris at the edge of your yard near the curb, but not in the street or leaf piles.
  • Pickup begins the week of Nov. 26 and will follow the leaf collection routes.

In West Carrollton:

  • Put debris (max of eight feet in length) at the curb line or alley for pickup by Dec. 3.
  • Do not bundles debris.
  • Keep branch and tree limb debris separate from leaf piles.
  • Dispose of debris at the Montgomery County Solid Waste Facility 2450 Sandridge Drive.

In Miamisburg:

  • Bundle limbs (max of four feet in length) and place curbside for collection by Rumpke.
  • Place unbound larger branches and limbs curbside, where they will be picked up by city crews within two weeks.
  • Dispose of debris at the Montgomery County Solid Waste Facility, 2450 Sandridge Drive.
  • Whole trees and limbs on private property will not be collected.

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In Kettering: 

  • Residents are asked to trim, collect and take debris to the Yard Debris Center at 1840 Woodman Center Drive. Hours are Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. until Nov. 30, Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Dec. 2. The center is open until Dec. 22.
  • Limbs and branches that are less than 4 feet in length and less than 4 inches in diameter will be collected curbside. Debris shouldn't be in the street or in leaf piles.

In Vandalia: 

  • Downed branches, brush and limbs smaller than 12 inches can be taken to BR Mulch, 620 Ginghamsburg Road in Tipp City. Proof of residency required for free service.
  • Place debris in stretch of grass between sidewalk and curb, not on the curb or in the street, for pickup by Public Works Department
  • Bundle branches and limbs on regular trash collection day

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