The City of Warren will conduct its annual spring clean-up program beginning Monday, April 21, according to the city's Department of Public Works.
"Items to be collected should be placed near the curb or edge of street pavement, not within the street itself, and should be set out for collection as close as possible to the appropriate collection day," City Director of Public Works Mike Holtz said. "Lawn refuse must not be mixed with tree limbs and branches." It should be placed in plastic bags or cardboard boxes.
Leaves also must be piled separately.
Tree limbs and branches are to be piled separately with all cut ends in same direction. Stones, brick or concrete, dirt, boards, etc., will not be collected.
Items to be collected should be placed near the curb or edge of street pavement, not within the street itself and should be set out for collection as close as possible to the appropriate collection day, but no later than 7 a.m. of the day scheduled.
This is the only collection program the city provides.
"Certain unanticipated circumstances could delay the program," Holtz said.
The schedule is currently:
Monday, April 21 East city limits to Parker Street.
Tuesday, April 22 Parker Street to Irvine Street.
Wednesday, April 23 Irvine Street to Prospect Street.
Thursday, April 24 West of Prospect Street, south of E. Third Avenue.
Friday, April 25 E. Third Avenue to Frank Street.
Monday, April 28 Frank Street to Connecticut Avenue.
Tuesday, April 29 Connecticut Avenue to Quaker Hill Road.
Wednesday, April 30 Water Street to Hazel Street.
Thursday, May 1 Hazel Street to west city limits.
Friday, May 2 Entire area south of the Allegheny River