It's been nearly three months since a snowstorm left debris all across Arkansas, mostly from fallen trees and branches.
In Little Rock, the city landfill has been processing truckloads of debris coming in from neighborhoods all over town, and trucks are still on the job seven days a week picking up the remainder that's been sitting at the curb for months.
Another citywide sweep begins on Monday (March 18).
The City of Little Rock encourages citizens to bring any remaining debris from the storm event out to the curb as soon as possible to avoid being missed during the sweep.
Residents do not need to call 311 to have their storm debris picked up.
The debris is being turned into mulch that's available for purchase at 10 cents per pickup load at the landfill. Click here
for more information.Click here
to see the progress of the storm debris cleanup. At that link you'll find maps of each ward and street-level detail of which streets have been picked up and which have not.
Residents who want to remove their own storm debris may drop it off free of charge at Reservoir Park or Interstate Park, which are open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday.