City creates modified chipper service for 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns
Due to the high demand, we have come up with an alternative to our 2020 Curbside Chipper Program. From April 11-19, city residents can drop off their tree and brush trimmings in the designated areas at the Paul Lauzier Athletic Complex at 933 Central Dr. (the ball complex near Home Depot).
The same rules apply as with the curbside program and are as follows:
* Tree and brush trimmings must be no larger than 4 inches in diameter
* No stumps, root balls, wire, nails, leaves, dirt, grass clippings, wrapped or bagged items.
* People can dump as much non-commercial trimmings as their residence produces. The services is for people who live within City of Moses Lake limits.
If these guidelines are not followed, we reserve the right to end the program before the stated deadline.
We hope this alternative helps lessen the amount of tree and brush trimmings in your yard. Concerns about lessening the spread of the coronavirus necessitated the change.
Thank you for allowing us to serve you during this challenging time.