Prepare for Prescott Valley’s Clean Up Day

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The time for spring cleaning is fast approaching, and that means it may be time to get rid of that junk in your trunk!
Mark your calendars for Prescott Valley’s Clean Up Day on Saturday, May 5, at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Located east on Valley Road past the Ace Distribution Center, this is the place to be if you want to get rid of residential items such as yard clippings and furniture and recycled items including old appliances, plastics, aluminum, newspapers and auto batteries.
From 8 am to 4 pm, residents of Prescott Valley, Castle Canyon Mesa, Prescott Country Club and Dewey-Humboldt are welcome to drop off their discarded, unwanted items. They must provide proof of residence and pay the fees: $2 per car, small van or SUV; $5 per pickup truck; $10 per vehicle with a trailer.
For more information, please visit the official city of Prescott website.

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