The City of Custer’s annual community clean-up days will be next weekend, Friday, May 3, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, May 4, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There will be no charge to city residents hauling unwanted waste to the transfer station. Residents must provide a residential city utility billing statement receipt when they arrive at the transfer station. Commercial accounts will not be allowed free access to the transfer site.
All waste will be accepted with the exception of hazardous materials such as liquid paint, antifreeze and herbicides. There will be a charge of $60 for freon appliances such as refrigerators and air conditioning units unless certified that freon has been properly removed. No tires will be accepted. Payment for freon units must be made at the gate.
The transfer station is located one half mile north of the Hwy. 16A/89 intersection behind the Hills Material Co. plant.
Yard waste will be accepted at the old dump site located at the intersection of Sylvan Lake and Willow roads north of the transfer station. All yard waste must be loose. No plastic bags are allowed.
Assistance will be provided for the elderly and disabled. Residents requiring assistance should contact city hall at 673-4824 to make arrangements before May 1. In case of inclement weather, clean-up day may be postponed to the following weekend.