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Slash Collection at Parmalee Elementary
With the recent moisture in Indian Hills, it may be hard to think about property mitigation and slash disposal. But removing slash and creating a defensible space around your home is the first line of defense against future wildfires.
Slash collection will be held August 8-9 at Parmalee Elementary School. Open to all Jefferson County residents, the slash collection site will accept tree debris, pine needles, and limbs with a maximum length of eight feet and a maximum diameter of six inches. Pine needles and tree bark must be bagged. Tree stumps, construction materials, rocks, and household trash will not be accepted.
Fees for slash drop off will be $20 per load, with a load consisting of a truck bed to truck cab height or a trailer up to 8 x 4 feet in size. Only credit card payment will be accepted. Also, come prepared to unload your own slash.
For more information, contact either Mark Danner at Jefferson County at 303-271-5008 or Bret Roller at Rolling R Ranch at 303-589-4698.
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