TOWN OF CAPE VINCENT BRUSH AND LIMB CLEAN UP
The Town crew will be out from the last week in April till the cutoff date of July 4th. If you live on a Town or County road, pile your limbs 5 to 6 ft. from the shoulder of the road. The State has been cleaning their right-of-way but will not pick up limbs that didn’t fall in the right-of-way. The town crew WILL pick limbs that are piled within reach of the shoulder on the State roads. If you live on a private road or are part of an association, contact me and we can find a place that is accessible for our equipment and large enough for everyone to use. Ideal size for limbs would be 8 to 14 ft. in length. If you have smaller limbs pile them on top of the larger ones. We cannot pick up leaves and smaller sticks. If you want to take care of your own limbs and brush, the Bombard pit in St. Lawrence is a central location for Cape and Clayton, we have a grinder coming in to clean up so please make sure there is no trash, metal or other materials in your load. You can still take brush to our transfer site, but we prefer it goes to Bombards. The company that’s grinding needs 12 very large loads to set up the machine. If you have a tree service working for you they can also take limbs and brush, no stumps. If you have any questions, please call, Dan Hubbard.
Town of Cape Vincent, Highway Dept.
654-2471 (6:30am-5:00pm Monday - Thursday