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Fire district, DNR create site for storm debris

Note: the following is a press release issued by Fire District 28

January’s ice storm left many homeowners with an unwanted pile of limbs and branches in their yard. To assist with the disposal of storm generated material, King County Fire District 28 has come together with the Dept. of Natural Resources to establish 2 drop-off sites; one at the Fire Station in Cumberland and the other at the fire station off of 212th Ave SE.  This will provide district residents with an alternative to burning at no cost.  All self-hauled loads shall be secured in accordance with state law.

COLLECTION SITE INFORMATION

Available for use by: No charge for debris from residential properties. NO COMMERCIAL VEHICLES, INCLUDING LANDSCAPING COMPANIES, WILL BE SERVED OR ALLOWED TO DISPOSE AT THIS SITE.

Items accepted: Woody limbs and branches only. No leaves, clippings or other non-woody vegetative matter will be accepted.

Size requirements: 6-foot maximum length and 6-inch maximum diameter

Location #1  -  KCFD28 station 2 (Cumberland Fire Station) located at 35420 Veazie-Cumberland Rd.

Drop off dates: Feb. 9 – Feb 15 from 8am to 8pm

Follow directional signs around back of station

Location #2  -  KCFD28 station 3 located at 43407 212th Ave SE

Drop off dates: Feb. 15  - Feb 21 from 8am to 8pm

Follow directional signs please

Any questions, please feel free to contact the fire department at 360 825 5544 during business hours Mon – Fri 7am till 4pm.

 

 

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