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- Published on Thursday, 09 March 2017 13:53
The brush collection for the City of Crossville will be scheduled twice yearly per residential residence and picked up during the first 2 weeks of your scheduled month and is based on your trash pick up day. The schedule is as follows:
If your trash pick up is on Monday, your brush will be picked up in February and June
If your trash pick up is on Tuesday, your brush will be picked up in March and July.
If your trash pick up is on Wednesday, your brush will be picked up in April and August.
If your trash pick up is on Thursday or Friday, your brush will be picked up in May and September.
Rules for Brush Collection
1. Brush from commercial tree and landscaping services must be disposed of by the company
2. Brush must not be larger than 4 inches in diameter and no longer than 6 feet.
3. Brush pile must be within 5 feet from the curb and not placed against trees, fences, utility poles or other stationary objects. Piles must be no larger than 4 ft. high, 4 ft. wide and 8 feet long.
4. Do not place brush at the curb more than 7 days prior to your scheduled pick up.
5. One brush pile per residence will be picked up per scheduled month.
6. Brush must be at the curb by the first Monday of your scheduled month. Crews will not make a return trip until your next scheduled month if your brush is not at the curb.
- Published on Monday, 13 February 2017 09:53
When purchasing tickets online or on the phone for events at the Palace Theatre, make sure you are going to the Palace Theatre website event calendar or calling the Palace directly at (931)484-6133. A scammer company, boxofficeverified(dot)com has paid for its name to show up in Google Searches and are attempting to sell tickets acting as an agent for the Palace Theatre. This company has NO affiliation with the Palace Theatre, City of Crossville, or Vendini.com. If you believe you have made a purchase in error from this company, please contact your bank or respective credit card companies.
- Published on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 16:03
Cumberland County, the City of Crossville, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Board of Education conducted workshops entitled "Conversations About Our Future". Click below to find out more information about the initiative that evolved from these discussions.