PULASKI, Va. (WFXR) — Residents and businesses with flooding damage can dispose of debris at a new dropoff site in Pulaski.
The dropoff site is the result of a partnership between the Town of Pulaski and the Pulaski County Public Service Authority (PSA). It is located at the corner of First Street Southwest and Randolph Avenue behind the Pulaski Fire Department.
If you can’t transport an item to the drop-off area, the items may be moved to the edge of your street for pickup. Just call Pulaski County PSA at (540) 674-8720 to schedule a pickup.
Pulaski was the scene of flooding Monday morning following several inches of rain.
“We hope this service will provide an opportunity for citizens to remove this debris at a minimum inconvenience to themselves,” a statement from the town said. “We want to extend our gratitude to the Pulaski Fire Department, Public Works Department and the Pulaski Police Department for assisting our citizens in a very timely fashion throughout this emergency. They have worked diligently to ensure that any disruption brought about by flooding was resolved quickly.”
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