The limbs and tree branches are piling up along the curbs in the city and in the yards and fields around the rural countryside.

“What are we supposed to with all this debris?” is the question of the day. The answer is different depending on where you live and who services your area.

Claremore residents have the luxury of curbside pick-up at no cost, rural customers will have to haul their own to designated locations.

Following is a listing of area communities and County Commission district sites:

CLAREMORE — City of Claremore is contracting to have curbside pick-up on tree limbs and branches at no cost. Persons with tree/limb

damage may set branches (cut as small as possible) near their curbs for removal at a later date, or brush can be transported and dumped on property at the corner of Chambers and Dupont.

Persons still without power should call 341-0456.

Persons in need of shelter information should contact the Rogers/Mayes County American Red Cross Service Center at 343-1803 or after hours or in cases of emergency, at 831-1109.



CHELSEA — From Wednesday, Dec. 26, through Saturday, Dec. 29, Chelsea city residents can drop off limbs on “Tin Can Hill,” located one mile west of Chelsea High School on County Road 33. The site will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 26-28, and 8 a.m. to noon Dec. 29. Residents will need to show proof of residency by bringing a utility bill. Town Administrator Kenny Weast is advising those wishing to drop off limbs to drive slow as the entrance to the drop off site is at the crest of the hill. Only tree limbs will be accepted. No lumber or trash will be allowed to be dumped at the site.



CATOOSA — Tree and limb debris staging area, residents only, at Rodger Berry Sports Complex, Seven days a week 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 21201 East Pine Street, Catoosa or for Rolling Hills residents, Rolling Hills Fire Department, 40 South 200th East Avenue

Burn permits required for resident burning call 438-2552 or 266-1747



FOYIL — Rogers County District 1 Commissioner Dan DeLozier said Foyil residents needing to dispose of limbs as a result of the ice storm can stack limbs at the edge of the yard for District 1 employees to pick up.



INOLA — Limbs and brush should be cut to 8-feet or shorter and put by the curb for pickup by city maintenance.



OOLOGAH — Oologah residents can drop off tree limbs at Rogers County District #2 county barn.



COUNTY CLEAN-UP — Tree and limb debris only

DISTRICT 1: Three sites coming soon–more information available when sites open.

DISTRICT 2:

Warehouse in Oologah, 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; Saturday 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday noon until 5 p.m.

DISTRICT 3:

Site 1: Claremore warehouse just off Highway 66 and King Road at 2504 South Highway 66

Site 2: Inola yard at the junction of Highway 88 and Highway 33, 8 a.m.-4p.m. Seven days a week for both sites.

Commissioner Kirt Thacker said he is looking for another site east on Highway 20.