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What's inside: City announces temporary road closure, yard debris disposal program available.

PMG PHOTO: EMILY LINDSTRAND - A section of Northwest Wade Street is closed as work continues on the next phase of Wade Creek Park.

Yard debris disposal available

The city of Estacada, Walker Disposal and Arrow Sanitary have partnered on a pilot project to provide yard debris service to residents. From 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to noon weekends and holidays during September and October, residents can access the self-serve yard debris disposal at 800 N.W. Evergreen Way. Only yard debris can be dropped off, and if other items are left officials say the program will be discontinued. Allowed items include grass clippings, leaves, weeds, flowers, yard and garden vegetation, shrubs and tree trimmings. Items not allowed include dirt, sod, stumps, rocks, cat litter, wood, animal waste, flower pots, garbage and commercial yard debris.

City announces road closure

As part of the construction on Wade Creek Park Phase Three, the culvert where the creek goes under the street will be replaced. This will widen the road and allow for improved driving lanes, sidewalks, and bicycle lanes. The culvert will also be designed to allow for fish passage if the lower part of the stream is restored in the future.

Because of this work, Northwest Wade Street will be closed between Broadway Street and Northwest Tenth Avenue for the next several weeks. There will be a detour along Northwest Tenth Avenue and Broadway Street. Businesses and residences Northwest Wade Street can be accessed from the north near Northwest Tenth Avenue. Businesses and residences south of Wade Creek can be accessed from the south via Northwest Sixth Avenue, Wade Street or Zobrist Street.

The closure is expected to continue through the first week of October.

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