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Willmar brush site to close for the season Nov. 23

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The Willmar Brush Site will be closing for the season on Nov. 23. The site accepts only leaves, grass clippings and garden clippings along with branches and brush that are smaller than 18 inches round. Erica Dischino / West Central Tribune file photo

WILLMAR — Residents of Willmar have only this week remaining to complete their fall yard cleanup if they plan to use the city's brush site.

The brush site will close for the season Nov. 23.

The brush site accepts leaves, grass clippings and garden clippings at the compost facility as well as brush and branches. No garbage, plastic or lumber is allowed.

The site is located just off Kandiyohi County Road 116, near the Willmar Wastewater treatment plant and the Willmar Trap Range. Due to the Willmar Wye construction, those wanting to use the brush site will need to follow the detour of state Highway 40. A map of the detour can be found on the city's website under the brush site link .

For those who don't live in Willmar, or can't get to the brush site before it closes, the Kandiyohi County Landfill does accept brush and leaves at no cost.

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For more information, call the Willmar Public Works Office at 320-235-4252.

Related Topics: HOME AND GARDEN
Shelby Lindrud is a reporter with the West Central Tribune of Willmar. Her focus areas are arts and entertainment, agriculture, features writing and the Kandiyohi County Board.

She can be reached via email slindrud@wctrib.com or direct 320-214-4373.


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