For 12 days in April, residents of the city of Nashville may take advantage of the city’s free annual Spring Clean Up.
At their regular meeting for March, last Tuesday, city aldermen approved the annual clean up effort. Public Works Director Larry Dunaway told the council that large dumpsters would be set out at convenient places as in previous years.
The cleanup will begin Saturday, April 9, and end Sunday, April 17.
In a news release last week, the city noted that dumpsters would be set out at five locations including both city fire stations — on North Washington Street and in Toland Heights; also at the old Childress School building, the intersection of Collins and Elm Streets, and at the Carter Day Training Center on North Main.
The news release asked citizens not to place regular household trash, limbs or leaves in the extra dumpsters which are reserved for ‘junk’ items only. Such things as old furniture, broken lawn furniture, appliances, etc., are included in the list of acceptable items.
For more information about items call the Public Works Office, 845-4015, or Water Office, 845-1440.