Last debris drop off site closed in Rapid City - KOTA Territory News

Last debris drop off site closed in Rapid City

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The Fitzgerald Stadium Parking Lot (2721 Canyon Lake Drive) is closed and will no longer be accepting storm debris.

The Regional Landfill is now open to receive storm debris for county residents free of charge.

When bringing debris to the landfill loads must not be hanging over the sides and must be secured. The entrance to the landfill is newly constructed along with the scale and scale house building, hanging debris can potentially damage this building. Tree branches must be under 6' long. Organic yard materials and biodegradable paper yard waste bags only. No plastic bags or lumber.

Landfill hours are Monday through Saturday 7:00 a.m. until 4:45 p.m. All loads must be weighed at the scale.

Please secure your load when transporting debris. Unsecured debris may fall in road ways causing a life safety hazard. The public will be responsible for unloading their tree and brush debris.
Please refer to www.rcgov.org for more specifics on the Regional Landfill.

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