The City of Bentonville will conduct a city wide clean-up of storm debris from the July 23rd windstorm starting Tuesday, July 29, 2014.  This will allow time for residents to place debris curbside.  City crews will collect vegetative debris (limbs, sticks, leaves) in accordance with the following:


·     All debris must be ready for collection by 7:00 a.m., Tuesday, July 29. 

·     Debris must be placed within 4 to 10 feet from back of curb or edge of pavement. Please keep debris out of drainage ditches and roadways.

·     Tree limbs, shrubs, tree trunks, etc. shall not exceed 6 feet in length or 24 inches in diameter. Stumps will not be collected.


Please note: The City’s staff will not pick-up or remove household waste, hazardous waste, furniture, appliances, fluids, tires, or any non-vegetative waste or material.  As a safety precaution, the City asks that residents please keep debris out of drainage ditches and away from fire hydrants, gas meters, telephone pedestals, water meters, mailboxes, etc.


Collection will begin 7:00 a.m., Tuesday, July 29, and will continue until all streets have been traveled once.  City will not repeat routes to collect storm debris placed after 7:00 am, Tuesday, July 29.


Property owners may take material to the City’s Compost Facility located at 2000 NW A Street during normal operating hours.  The Compost Facility is open to all Bentonville residents.  Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday, 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  For complete details on what types of materials are acceptable, please go to the City’s website; the link is