DPW Community Collection Centers and Drop-Off Yards to Close at 1:00 p.m. Today

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Due to the forecast of icy conditions expected this afternoon, Department of Public Works (DPW), Community Collection Recycling Centers and Citizens’ Convenience Drop-Off Centers will close to residents at 1:00 p.m. today, Wednesday, Dec. 16. 

This closure to residents includes the Community Collection Centers which are located in each of the 14 City Council districts and the five DPW Citizens’ Convenience Drop-off Centers located at Sisson Street, Bowleys Lane, Reedbird, Quarantine Road Landfill and the Northwest Transfer Station.

Stay tuned to your local news, the DPW website and our social media channels for weather-related updates.

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