The City of Maysville is sponsoring a city-wide cleanup Friday, May 18th through Sunday, May 20th. The City will provide dumpsters at
- Pelham/East 6th streets
- IGA parking lot
- Central/East 6th streets
- City Hall
- Old Main Street in Old Washington between North & South Court Streets (trash truck)
- Wall Street & McDonald Parkway
- Public Works on Martha Comer Drive
- Under the Simon Kenton Bridge on East Second Street
- 400/500 block of West Second Street.
- No hazardous materials or tires permitted in dumpsters
- Residential Tire drop off at Union Street and the Public Works Department on Martha Comer Drive.
The City will furnish trash-bags and rubber gloves for street-by-street litter pick-up to any civic/non-profit groups or groups of City caring citizens which would like to aid in a clean-up day on Saturday, May 19th.
If any groups are interested, please contact Matt Wallingford at 564-9419.
Garbage and Trash
- Never set your garbage cans out more than 18 hours prior to your day of pick-up and please place them in your side or rear yard 12 hours after pick-up
- All garbage must be in a sealed container
- If you have a major clean up, you can call the Mason County Landfill and arrange for a dumpster (759-7049) The City also has trash trucks that we can bring to a property, whether it’s for one day or a whole weekend! $40/truck…..Fill it up!
Weeds and Tall Grass
- Please keep your grass under 8 inches at all times
- Cutting your grass at least once a week, leaving the clippings behind, can help you have a healthy, vibrant yard
- Grass clippings are a natural fertilizer for your lawn
- Never blow or sweep grass clippings into the street as they can clog up storm sewers and make sidewalks slick
- Snakes and rodents like tall grass—keeping your grass cut helps to “weed” out these varmints!
Tree limbs and brush
- Tree limbs (no more than 4 inches in diameter) and brush cut by the property owner can be set out near the curb for city pick-up
- The city will mulch 15 minutes worth of debris for free!