Yardwaste not in the black lid waste cart once again requires stickers.
Tree-Debris Disposal & Storm Cleanup Resources. The early July storms and heavy winds that passed through the Omaha metro caused some of the most extensive storm damage this area has seen in recent years.
We know the cleanup efforts have been challenging, and appreciate everyone doing their part to keep our community's efforts running smoothly. Jul 31, Omaha residents frustrated of tree debris cleanup three weeks after storm Tonight marks three weeks since that windstorm came ripping through Omaha. People still have downed trees. Jul 19, The City of Omaha was ready to move ahead Monday with its plan to collect larger tree debris from the July 10th windstorm.
Four-person teams. Jul 14, Neighbors help neighbors pick up tree debris around Omaha metro. OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Omaha is still cleaning up after Friday night’s storm, there is lots of tree debris in neighborhoods across. Jul 15, Clean up is underway across Omaha after early morning storms. Large parts of downed trees are a common site across Omaha on Saturday. A broken tree trunk is seen in Miller Park in North Omaha. Spring Cleanup The Spring Cleanup program is a joint effort between the City of Omaha and participating neighborhood or homeowner associations.
Jul 12, STORM CLEANUP: Metro cities open drop-off sites for tree debris from storms. City of Omaha announces drop-off sites will remain in service until Saturday. Omaha will have two tree debris drop-off locations open beginning at noon Saturday. Tree drop-off sites Omaha: Towl Park, West Center Road, and Ta Ha Zouka Park, Elkhorn Drive.
All yardwaste material taken to Oma-Gro must be equal to the material allowed for collection by the City of Omaha.
Hours, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Saturday. Proof of City of Omaha residency shrubclean.barted Reading Time: 6 mins.