City to host Spring Cleanup DaysMarch 5, 2021
By Herald Staff
HUNTINGBURG — The City of Huntingburg Street Department is conducting Spring Cleanup Days, which will be held Thursday, April 8, from 1 to 7 p.m.; Friday, April 9, from 1 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, April 10, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1103 E. First St. in Huntingburg. Spring Cleanup Days provide city residents the opportunity to safely dispose of unwanted items.
The cost is $5 per car, $10 per truck, $10 per trailer under 8 ft. and $20 per trailer over 8 ft. Additional fees apply for items such as vehicle tires on rims for $5; vehicle tires without rims for $4; large truck and tractor tires (over 15") for $10; mattresses for $10; upholstered chairs for $10; and couches for $15.
Small loose items must be placed in a trash bag to be accepted. Small items are considered those smaller than 12 to 18 inches. There is a $1 fee for each trash bag.
Due to costs associated with bulk disposal, electronics such as televisions; computer towers; monitors; etc. will not be accepted.
Items containing Freon, such as refrigerators, dehumidifiers and air conditioners, require a certificate from a licensed plumber stating the Freon has been removed. Wood, plywood, asphalt shingles and other construction debris will not be accepted.
Spring Cleanup Days are for Huntingburg residents only. A utility bill and ID are required. The City of Huntingburg reserves the right to refuse any item.
For more information, contact the Huntingburg Street Department at 812-683-4122.
More on DuboisCountyHerald.com
In just one week, Ryan Menke of Holland will be swimming across the Hudson River.
Out of all eight Indiana State Police posts built when ISP was formed in the 1930s, the Jasper...
Habitat for Humanity of Dubois County announced the selection of the Armstrong family to partner...
Recently, I had to contend with an epic battle between good and evil: To doughnut or not to...
The Dubois County 4-H Fair ran July 12-16 at the Dubois County 4-H Fairgrounds in Bretzville....
Josie Brown contemplated while her horse, Scotty, took a break to chew on some grass. The two...
Indiana Department of Transportation workers have several projects underway in the area.