Plymouth Yard Waste Site Ready to Reopen
There will be another sure sign of spring Wednesday in Plymouth. The city’s yard waste site will reopen.
In 2018 there were almost 42,000 visits to the site and over 4,100 tons of yard waste and tree debris was dropped off.
“You can bring all your brush and logs, any size, any diameter,” said Plymouth City Forester Paul Buck. “There’s no limit.”
Plymouth has also teamed up with Hennepin County and the University of Minnesota to run a tree steward class. That takes place Saturday, April 13, at the Plymouth Maintenance Facility.