Precinct 4 Commissioner's Office Holding Heavy Trash Day April 17th

Montgomery County Gazette

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By: Jessica Shorten

NEW CANEY, TX – The Montgomery County Precinct 4 Commissioner’s Office is hosting a Heavy Trash Day this Saturday, April 17th.

If you have residential large and heavy garbage you need to get rid of, there will be four separate locations hosted by the Precinct 4 Commissioner’s Office on April 17th where you can bring that garbage to be properly disposed of.

There are some restrictions regarding the types of heavy trash which will be accepted. No oils, chemicals, paints, or antifreeze will be accepted. Electronics will also not be accepted along with appliances which contain freon or batteries. Being a heavy trash event, no household trash or garbage will be accepted as well. Vegetation such as tree limbs and brush are also not allowed.

Tires will be accepted, but no more than 5 tires from a vehicle will be accepted at a time.

The drop-off locations are:

Tram Road Park
15901 Tram Rd.,
Splendora, TX 77372

Precinct 4 Commissioner Office
23628 Roberts Rd.,
New Caney, TX 77357

Chateau Woods MUD
10224 Fairview Dr.,
Conroe, TX 77385

Old Grangerland Community Building
FM 2090 & FM 3083,
Grangerland, TX 77302

These locations will be open from 8:00a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 17th.

The Precinct 4 Commissioner’s Office will also be providing document shredding services for safe disposable of any sensitive documents you wish to be destroyed. If you have any questions regarding Heavy Trash Day, you can contact the Commissioner’s Office at (281) 577-8919, option 3.

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