Tree debris removal begins in Yukon

Frisco road collection site opens Saturday

Mike Pyle of Yukon spent the day Friday clearing tree limbs and debris from in front of his daughter’s house on Oak Avenue in the central district where older trees lost limbs in the recent ice storm. (Photo by Robert Medley)

Curbside removal of debris from the ice storm will begin Monday, November 2, and continue through Friday, November 20 in Yukon.

The City of Yukon requests that all residents with storm damage reduce its size to less than 6 feet in length and stack the tree debris parallel to the street and within 10 feet of the curb line to assist in its removal, according to a news release.


Additionally, the debris should be several feet away from items such as trash carts, mailboxes, gas meters, and any overhead obstructions, the release states.

To accommodate the large amount of storm debris, Yukon Public Works is opening up the land on the southwest corner of State Highway 66 and Frisco Road, an area commonly referred to as the “sports park property.” The area will be used for debris drop-off.

Tree limbs piled up at the back entrance of Yukon City Hall in the ice storm. (Photo by Robert Medley)

Residents can take storm debris to SH 66 and Frisco.

There is no cost to dispose of storm damage.

Drop-off starts at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31 and will remain open seven days a week. Driver’s license and a copy of your Yukon utility bill will be required for disposal.


For more information, contact the Yukon Sanitation Services office at 354-4317 during normal hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.