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Debris removal cleanup after Shasta County snowstorm

Cleanup efforts are still underway in Shasta County after last week's destructive snowstorm.

Posted: Feb 18, 2019 3:52 PM

SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - Cleanup efforts are still underway in Shasta County after last week's destructive snowstorm.

Residents have seen debris scattered around the county, including large tree branches. 

The city of Redding suggests that residents self-haul storm debris off of properties to the city's transfer station and the Richard W Curry West Central Landfill. 

The self-haul will be free until March 2. After that, debris will be accepted but it will cost money to haul it. 

Anyone in the city of Shasta Lake can dispose of wooded debris at the far south end of Shasta Gateway Drive. 

Below is a list of location accepting debris from the storm: 

  • City of Redding Transfer Station (2255 Abernathy Lane, Redding) 

  • Richard W. Curry West Central Landfill (14095 Clear Creek Road, Redding) 

  • Shasta Gateway Industrial Park (Shasta Gateway Drive, off of Ashby Road) 

Please note that these locations are closed on President's Day. 

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