Buffalo City Building Inspector Terry Asay, in his report to the city council at this week’s meeting, said the dates for the annual city/county cleanup had been set for May 12th through the 15th.
To get a voucher, city residents will need to bring proof of residency and the description of the vehicle they will be using during the cleanup to city hall, which will allow residents to take their trash, garbage and other unwanted items to the county landfill for free, with the city picking up the bill.
The vouchers are good for as many free trips to the landfill that the holder wishes to make during the cleanup.
The voucher must be presented for each trip to the landfill, or the person will be charged for that load.
County residents will need to pick their vouchers up at the historic Courthouse.
For more information on the City’s Cleanup Week, contact Terry Asay at city hall.
The contact information is listed with this story at sheridanmedia.com.
Contact Terry Asay at Buffalo City Hall at 684-5566, extension 6.