OZARK, Mo. -- The City of Ozark understands the challenges faced by our citizens following the recent storm. In an effort to provide assistance in the cleanup, the City has established a temporary yard debris drop-off site.
This site is ready and open to citizens effective immediately. It's located on city property east of city limits on Highway 14. Please note that the site does not have a physical address, however, it is close to 2888 E. Hartley on the corner of HWY JJ and Hartley Road. See attached map for details.
- The drop-off site will be open to the public between daylight and dusk.
- The site will only accept yard debris within a specified area.
- The site will be open until September 1st, after which it will close.
- We kindly request that citizens do not dump non-yard waste at this location, as it will result in the immediate shutdown of the site.
It's important to note that the City of Ozark will not be conducting a curb-side limb pick-up program to haul away private yard debris, as it is not equipped to do so at this time. Both the City Administration and Public Works collaborated with the Mayor on this alternative option to bring a practical solution during this challenging time, and we are optimistic that it will provide much-needed relief to our citizens. As always, thank you for your support.