Cities Offer Debris Cleanup Following Massive Flooding

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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS (KFSM) -- Following the massive flooding over the weekend several Northwest Arkansas cities are offering debris cleanup for residents.

Here's what you need to know about storm cleanup in the following cities:


  • The city will conduct a city-wide storm debris cleanup on Monday, May 8
  • Only vegetative debris is allowed
    • Debris must be no larger than 6 feet tall or 24 inches in diameter
    • Tree limbs, shrubs and tree trunks are allowed
    • No hazardous waste, furniture, appliances or household waste is allowed
  • Debris must be ready by 7 a.m. on Monday May 8
  • Place debris four to 10 feet back from the curb. Keep debris out of drainage ditches and roadways


  • Fayetteville offers weekly curbside yard waste collection for residents in single-family homes.
  • Yard waste, recycling and household trash are all collected on the same day.
  • Vegetation must be bundled or placed in compostable brown paper yard waste bags and placed within five feet of the curb
    • Grass clippings, leaves, and brush are allowed
    • Must be labeled yard waste
    • All brush must be bundled and tied and not greater than four feet in length
    • Limbs shouldn't be greater than five" in diameter
  • All yard waste and brush must be placed at the curb for collection by 5 a.m.


  • Rogers residents may drop off yard waste at either the Rogers Recycling Center or the Rogers Street Department
  • Bring a current water bill along with a photo ID
  • Only vegetative debris will be allowed
    • Trees, limbs, leaves, grass, shrubs are accepted waste
    • Lumber, plywood, building materials or yard waste contaminated with trash or items generated from businesses or contractors will not be accepted