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Posted on: August 14, 2019

Fall Clean-Up Days Scheduled for October 17-20

For the first time ever, La Vista residents will be able to take advantage of a fall clean-up event, thanks to a joint effort with the City of Papillion.

The clean-up event will take place October 17-20, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., at Papillion’s Public Works Department. This is located at 9909 Portal Road, directly across from the La Vista Public Works facility.

All residents of both communities, including those in La Vista’s Extra-Territorial Zoning Jurisdiction, are encouraged to take advantage of this free disposal service.

Examples of items that will be accepted include: major appliances, televisions, lawn and household furniture, toys, bikes, lawn mowers, grills, mattresses, as well as yard waste, leaves, and grass clippings. Household batteries and vehicle batteries will also be accepted.

Electronic recycling is also available this year. Items accepted will include: computers, computer monitors, mouse, stereos, speakers, and printers. Computer hard drive erasing and destruction will also be offered. Television sets will not be accepted for recycling, but can be disposed with other debris on site.

Document shredding services will only be available on Saturday, October 19, from 7 a.m. - noon, or until the shredding truck is full. All shredding will be done at the La Vista Public Works Facility, just north and across the street from the Papillion Public Works Facility. Please limit shreddable material to 10 file-size boxes per residence. Shredding is restricted to residential material only. Material must be free of binders, binder clips, or anything else that may damage the shredder.

Paint and household chemicals and cleaners will not be accepted, but can be dropped off at Under the Sink, 4001 S. 120th Street. Tires will also not be accepted.

Proof of residency will be required.

A separate fall leaf collection will be held on Saturday, November 16.
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