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Petersburg & Colonial Heights Storm Debris Removal

Petersburg:

Citizens are asked to place their debris from the storm at the curb (not in the street) as part of their normal trash pick-up day. The City will use Central Virginia Waste Management's (CVWMA) contractor Container First Service to remove the storm debris.

Citizens should not place more than 10 cubic yards of debris and branches more than 6' to the curb. Should Citizens have more than 10 cubic yards please call CVWMA at 804-425-0500 to schedule a pick up or call CVWMA should you have any questions regarding storm debris.

Colonial Heights:

City of Colonial Heights asks that all citizens take note of the following information in regards to storm related debris disposal:

All storm related debris can be taken to the Recycling Center located at 2701 Conduit Road behind the Sheetz gas station.  The Recycling center is open Friday and Saturday from 8:00-12:00 and from 1:00-5:00

Citizens can arrange pickup at their residence by calling 804-520-9372 from 7:00-3:30 Monday – Friday.

o Debris should be cut into pieces 6'-8' in length.

o No trunks or stumps will be picked up.

o Debris should be placed near the curb, but not in the roadway.

 

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