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Posted on: February 14, 2019

Brush collection event planned after winter storms down tree limbs

Pile of fallen tree limbs in front of house.

The City of Harrisonville is planning to hold a brush collection event after hundreds of limbs fell from trees during recent winter storms.

The drop off will be held at 2400 S Jefferson Parkway at the lot owned by Cass County, across from the Harrisonville Community Center.

City officials have not yet set a time or date for the event, due to the current, wet soil conditions at the location and the need to staff the location.

The event will be limited to Harrisonville residents and businesses. No contractors or developers will be allowed to use the drop off site.

Tree limbs and sticks will be the only items accepted. No paper or plastic bags will be allowed, as well as no plant waste or trash. There will be no limit to the amount of limbs allowed at the site.

No limbs may be dropped off without a City representative present

The City understands that some people do not have the resources necessary to bring limbs to the drop off location. With that in mind, organizations who are willing to help with the collection of limbs from those in need, are asked to email Deputy City Clerk, Daniel Barnett
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