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Week of September 14th – September 18th, 2020
All houses north of Ft. Scott Street
Week of September 21st – September 25th , 2020
All houses south of Ft. Scott Street
The City of Butler, in cooperation with Bates County Disposal, will be conducting this citywide clean up for residential properties.
BATES COUNTY DISPOSAL will pick up old furniture, appliances, paint, batteries and miscellaneous junk. Your clean-up items or trash should be separated from your regular weekly trash but should still be at the curbside. This service is for residential properties only and there is a one pickup load limit per household. They will NOT pick up tires or construction/building materials such as lumber, plywood or shingles. Households with larger amounts must make special arrangements with Bates County Disposal by calling 679-7604.
THE CITY OF BUTLER will pick up your normal yard waste of brush and limbs no larger than 6” in diameter. These must be placed at the curb and separate from the trash pickup for Bates County Disposal. Leaves must be bagged in City of Butler leaf bags in order to be collected. There is also a one pickup load limit of brush items per household.
Items not picked up must be removed from the curb immediately.
PLEASE have your trash or brush ready at curbside by 6:00 a.m. on Monday of your clean-up week. They will not make return trips after they have completed a street. This is a free service provided by the City in the spring and fall of each year. Residents are reminded not to place trash at the curb more than one week in advance or you will be subject to code enforcement action.