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Travis County set to begin final storm debris collection
Thursday, April 6, 2023 by Elizabeth Pagano
After collecting 239,432 cubic yards of debris during the first round, Travis County Transportation and Natural Resources is poised to begin its final round of debris pickup from Winter Storm Mara. The collection will occur on public streets in the unincorporated areas of the county starting on Monday, April 17. Residents that have tree limbs and brush (not trash) to be collected are asked to place debris by the curb by Sunday, April 16, making sure the piles are not under low power lines and branches or blocked by anything in the street. More information about storm recovery for county residents can be found here.
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