City of Bloomington Announces Vegetation Debris Cleanup Post-Storm—Effort to Begin Monday, July 8

~ Bloomington, IN - The City of Bloomington has announced a partnership with Williams Tree Company of Martinsville to aid residents in the aftermath of the recent storm that hit on Tuesday, June 25. The storm caused significant damage and left many residents with tree debris to clean up.

Starting on Monday, July 8, and continuing for two weeks, crews will be collecting tree and vegetation-related debris that residents have gathered into manageable piles. These piles should be placed near the road but must be kept out of the right-of-ways for safety and accessibility purposes. This service is available to all homes within the city limits.

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To request collection services, residents can submit a request through UReport at This will ensure that their debris is properly collected and disposed of.

In addition to this service, a public drop-off site for vegetation debris will also be available exclusively for residents. The site will be located in the parking lots adjacent to the ball fields at Lower Cascades at 3601 N. Old State Road 37, in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department. It will operate every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and residents must show identification to access this service.

The City of Bloomington is committed to helping its residents recover from the storm and encourages those in need of assistance to take advantage of these services.

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