Holland's Annual Spring Cleanup has ended. Residents may no longer put materials curbside as City crews are now in the collection process. The weekend of April 6th was the last that residents could place materials curbside.
Residents must have their yard refuse placed curbside by no later than April 7, 2013 as City crews will begin pickups on April 8 and will only make one pickup at each residence.
Refuse placed in the right-of-way after April 7th may be subject to a Civil Infraction Ticket. Hauling priority will be given to streets with curb and gutter to minimize the possibility of debris washing into storm sewers. If you live on a street with curb and gutter please be kind to your neighbors downstream by not placing debris piles near storm grates. If you have questions about the Spring Cleanup Program, please call or email Transportation Services at 616.928.2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As with snow removal, spring refuse piles may only be left on your own property, not the property of another. Please see attachment for details of Ordinance Section 19-7.
Please remember that spring cleanup and fall leaf pickup are the only occasions in which yard debris may be placed in the street for pickup by the Street Department. At all other times, clippings, trimmings, and yard debris must be disposed of by other means.
Residents who were unable to take advantage of curbside pick during Spring Cleanup may call to receive a Project Pride Coupon. Two (2) coupons are available to residents yearly. This coupon allows residents to transport a load of refuse to Chef Container at no charge to them. Please call 616.355.1330 to learn more about Project Pride Coupons. If you need weekly collection of yard wastes, you may contract with a private company for that service.