Napa Quake: Where Residents, Businesses Can Take Debris
By Mario Sevilla
Tue Aug 26th, 2014 4:26pm America/Los_Angeles
NAPA (KRON) — The city of Napa is setting up drop boxes for residents and business to use to dispose earthquake debris.
Officials are asking the public not to take debris to school sites from this point forward.
Drop boxes will remain available at Klamath Park, Las Flores Center, Century Oaks Park, Fairview Park and Parking Lot Location G North at the corner of Pearl and Coombs for residents and business doing cleanup.
Additional debris disposal sites are being added at the vacant lots at these locations: Third Street east of Soscol Avenue and adjacent to the railroad tracks, and the southwest corner of Laurel and First Street (future location of Fire Station No. 5).
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