Marshalltown clean-up day May 20
Lowrance The city of Marshalltown is sponsoring a spring clean-up initiative on May 20 from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at 909 S. 2nd St., the future home of the joint Police and Fire Headquarters.
“A successful event will be one which results in neighbors helping neighbors to collect and drop off items that are difficult to get rid of,” he said.
Items not accepted include tires, trees or other compost items, recyclables, regular household trash, hazardous wastes and appliances.
Residents should plan to unload their own vehicle.
To volunteer or for more information, contact city administrator Jessica Kinser, 641-754-5799.
This annual event provides a safe way for Marshall County residents to safely dispose of hazardous items.
Call Metro Waste Hazardous Waste, 1-888-603-CREW for more information.
Local business Gervich and Sons is accepting appliances free of charge until May 31 at 901 E. Nevada St.
TV’s, computer monitors, and water softeners will not be accepted.
Metal items can also be dropped off at the business during regular business hours year round in large Dumpster near the entrance.