News Release from City of Salem
February 26th, 2021 2:30 PM
Salem, Ore. — Geer, Woodmansee and Wallace Marine Park storm debris drop-off sites will remain open through March 7 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
All four park drop sites will be open this weekend (February 27-28), including:
- Woodmansee Park, 4629 Sunnyside Rd SE
- Wallace Marine Park, 200 Glen Creek Rd NW
- Geer Park, 241 Geer Dr. NE
- McKay Park, 2755 Hollywood Dr. NE
Beginning Monday, March 1, through 6:00 p.m. Sunday March 7, the following sites will be open:
- Geer Park
- Woodmansee Park
- Wallace Marine Park
The McKay Park drop site will be closed as of Monday, March 1, as a result of fewer drop-offs and site challenges.
City staff will continue to evaluate the need for collection of community debris and will determine if the sites need to remain open beyond Sunday, March 7. After Sunday, March 7, residents will still be able to take debris to the Deer Park Road Transfer Station, 3250 Deer Park Dr SE, or put debris in weekly yard carts.
As of Thursday, February 26, the City sites had collected almost 11,000 loads, or roughly 16,400 cubic yards of debris.
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