Pinehurst yard debris services

Village of Pinehurst Police, Fire, and Public Services staff continue to work diligently to clear Village roads of more than 30 downed trees resulting from Monday’s storm.

As Village staff remove trees from roads, limbs and debris are being placed in the right-of-way and are scheduled to be cleaned up over the next two weeks.

Residents are asked to be patient as crews work their way around the Village to clear the debris.

Due to the substantial amount of storm debris, the Village is temporarily suspending the requirement for yard debris to be completely contained within the yard debris cart through April 30, 2020.

Residents are asked to utilize their carts when feasible, and to place excess yard debris loose, curbside, and completely off the road for Village crews to pick up.

Bagged yard debris will not be picked up, and limbs more than 4” diameter should be cut into four-foot lengths to help expedite collection.

Stumps and limbs greater than 6” in diameter should be removed by a tree service.

Please note that pickup of trash, recycling, and yard debris carts will occur on regularly scheduled days, but pickup of excess yard debris located outside of carts may be performed on a different day.

In addition, beginning on April 15, 2020, the Village of Pinehurst will open the Public Services yard, located at 700 McCaskill Road E., Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for Pinehurst residents to drop off excess yard debris at no charge.

Please note this yard is open to Village of Pinehurst residents only and is not open to landscapers or contractors. The area is monitored by staff and ID may be required as proof of residency.

Residents are required to leave all yard debris loose in the drop off area and nothing bagged may be left behind. Residents are also asked to practice proper social distancing when utilizing the yard, in accordance with CDC guidelines for the current COVID-19 pandemic.

For questions or concerns, please call the Public Services Department at 910-295-5021.

Photo by Sandhills Sentinel Photographer Cow McFarland.



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