Richmond Hill is set to celebrate Georgia Cities Week from April 13-19.
Georgia Cities Week is an annual celebration, sponsored by the Georgia Municipal Association, to highlight the contributions cities make to the lives of their residents.
One of the activities this year is the curbside pick-up of large items not normally picked up by the city. Goodwill will join forces with the city to celebrate Georgia Cities Week by picking up anything recyclable (furniture, clothing, household goods, computers) during April 13–19.
This year, the large item pick-up will take place throughout the city April 14, 16 and 21. Here are the neighborhood schedules:
• Monday, April 14 – Mulberry, Richmond Place, Blueberry, Camellia Street, Rosemont Street, Carter Street, Rushing Street, Forest Street, Clark Street, Live Oak, White Oak, and Ponderosa.
• Wednesday, April 16 — Piercefield, Teal Lake, Main Street, Brisbon Hall, Sterling Creek, Sterling Woods, Cypress Point, Richmond Hill Plantation-Port Royal.
• Monday, April 21 — Turtle Hill, Melrose, Porter Road, Cherokee, Bottoms, Parkside, Richmond Hill Plantation, Richmond Heights.
This opportunity is available for current Richmond Hill water-account users in residential zoning areas only.
Curbside pick-up will include large items such as appliances, furniture and other bulky items. All city residents should place their items on the curb by 7 a.m. the morning of scheduled pick-up.
The following items will not be collected: tires, hazardous-waste items, paint, refrigerators, freezers, oil or oil based products, grease products, batteries, gas or gas-based products, lawnmowers and Freon or Freon-based products.
Yard waste will be picked up on the regularly scheduled days.
For additional information, call 756-3345. To have items picked up, call Goodwill Transportation at 354-6611, Monday-Friday appointments only.
See the city’s Facebook or website for a full schedule of activities.