Annual City of Branson cleanup begins Monday

BRANSON, Mo. – The City of Branson holds an annual Fall Cleanup event each year in an effort to keep the city clean. However, due to COVID-19, the event was called off in 2020. To ensure that Branson stays clean and orderly, the city remains determined to continue the annual cleanup this year beginning on Oct. 4.

To help residents properly dispose of unwanted items that most trash companies will not remove from a property, the City of Branson Public Works Department will offer its services free of charge. Services will only be available to Branson residents, excluding businesses, and household items must be on the curb by 8 a.m. on the days listed for pick up.  

Tree limbs, brush and other shrubbery must be on the curb by 8 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 7. The city asks that residents cut and stack brush into 4 to 6 inch piles and said that one dump truck load per household will be allowed for removal.

The city will not pick up normal trash bags, but will pick up items such as appliances, mattresses, furniture and other items that companies will not normally remove. For bulky or burdensome items, residents will be asked to use the ‘Report-An-Issue’ form on the city’s website

Crews will not remove bagged leaves, electronics, tires, batteries, cleaning supplies or any other household waste items. Items not taken by city crews may be disposed of at the following locations:

Electronics will be taken by Tantone Industries: 1629 MO-76, Branson, Mo. 65616
Bagged leaf removal by Hansen’s Tree Service: 521 US-160, Reeds Spring, Mo. 65737
Recycling by Hollister Recycling: 399 Freeman Ln, Hollister, Mo. 65672
Tire removal by Taney County Transfer Station: 274 P Rd 65-60, Branson, Mo. 65616

Pick-up dates are the following:

Ward 1 – Monday, October 4th
Ward 2 – Tuesday, October 5th
Ward 3 – Wednesday, October 6th

If residents are unsure what ward of the city they live in, they can view the city’s ward map. For questions about the Fall Cleanup event, you can call the City of Branson Public Works at 417-337-8559 or visit their website for more information.

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