Logan City cancels spring green waste cleanup over flooding concern
Apr 6, 2023, 7:34 AM | Updated: 11:00 am
LOGAN, Utah — Logan City is scrapping its annual spring green waste cleanup program because of flood concerns.
They won’t be picking up green waste at curbs this year because workers are staying busy moving snow and making sure waterways are ready for the spring runoff.
In a Facebook post, Logan City asks residents to consider disposing of green waste in alternate ways.
Taking items to the green waste facility at the Logan Transfer Station at 153 North 1400 West is preferred. There is no charge to drop green waste at this location and they are open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Residents can also subscribe to Logan City’s curbside green waste program. Each can is $5 and green waste is collected weekly on garbage day from mid-March through mid-November.
The city plans to announce designated locations for bulk drop off of branches during select dates on their website loganutah.org.
Also read: Where to get sandbags to help mitigate possible flooding in Utah
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