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Hiawatha city-wide Clean Up Day set
09/26/2022

(KNZA)--The city of Hiawatha will hold their citywide clean-up day on Saturday, October 1st.

The clean-up site will be located at the city Public Works property at 912 Hiawatha Avenue. Items will be accepted from 8 to 1.

Paper Eaters will be on site to offer shredding services.

Recycling will not be available this year.

Tight restrictions will be adhered to at the unloading site, including proof of Hiawatha residency.  Each household will be allowed one pickup load, one carload, or one single-axle trailer load.  No contractors are allowed and the City reserves the right to refuse any load.

 Unacceptable items include household trash, leaves, grass clippings, tires, paint, oil, gas, hazardous materials, and any material containing Freon except appliances.

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