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Beverly Hills Michigan - New Curbside Chipping Schedule Beginning July 2022 28 June 2022 ( news )
Beverly Hills , state Michigan ( By Press Release office)
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New Curbside Chipping Schedule Beginning July 2022
The Village started providing free curbside chipping services to residents on a trial basis beginning in May 2021 . This program allows residents to place branches by the side of the road on their normal trash day . Branches are then picked up during that week by Village staff for chipping and removal . The program has been well - received , and the Village would like to continue providing this service . To prevent cost overruns , the Village will be right sizing the program .
Curbside chipping will take place during the week of the 4th Monday of each month , beginning in July of 2022 . Please note that branches will not be chipped except on the scheduled weeks . Branches must be placed to the side of the curb on your normal trash day .
Branch pick up and chipping will be conducted during the following weeks:
• Week beginning Monday , July 25th
• Week beginning Monday , August 22nd
• Week beginning Monday , September 26th
• Week beginning Monday , October 24th
• Week beginning Monday , November 28th
Curbside chipping will not be available during winter months , but will resume in April 2023 , with the week beginning Monday , April 24th . As a reminder of the program’s guidelines , residents can place stacked branches between 2 inches and 6 inches in diameter at the curbside for collection and chipping . We ask that branches be stacked , not bundled , and that the cut ends be placed parallel to the curb .
Twigs and branches smaller than 2 inches must be put with your normal yard waste , in lengths not exceeding 4 feet , and placed to the curb by 7:00 a . m . on your normal trash day . Branches larger than 6 inches in diameter must be disposed of privately . You may also dispose of branches between 2 – 6 inches in diameter through our normal yard waste service . However , branches must be cut to 4 - foot lengths or less , bundled with twine , weigh no more than 40 pounds , and set at the curb for collection .
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