Clinton Public Works Department Provides Storm Debris Removal Information

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The city of Clinton has begun storm debris removal from the May 4, 2021 storm. With 175 miles of streets and over 9,000 residences, City crews are marshalling all available resources.

Larger tree limbs and branches brought down as a result of the storm may be cut and stacked behind the curb of the individual’s residence for collection by the City. Under no circumstances should any type of storm debris be piled or pushed into the street.

To expedite pick-up of storm debris, residents are asked to submit an online work order at This allows our crews to map their routes to collect storm debris as efficiently as possible.

Two Public Works Department debris removal trucks will be working to remove debris from residences and right of ways ion the city. Please be patient with the city crew as they work to clean our city.

The City appreciates the cooperation of the public in ensuring the timely and efficient clean-up of storm debris. For more information regarding the removal and clean-up of storm debris, please call 601-924-2239.


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