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Tully Cleanup Day

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 TULLY CLEANUP DAY IS
OCTOBER 12, 2019
9:00am to 3:00pm
Village Treatment Plant
Community Drive, Tully, NY

The CLEAN-UP DAY is ONLY for Village of Tully and Town of Tully residents.  You must show proof of residency and accompany vehicle at drop-off site.  Proof of residency must have your street address on it.

A Post Office Box will not be accepted as proof of residency.

            NO PROOF OF RESIDENCY – NO DUMPING

All items must be less than 10 feet in length.

All oil, gas and antifreeze products, which are not acceptable for disposal, must be drained from tanks and equipment.

     ***IF YOU HAVE UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS ON BOARD, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON SITE***

 

WILL ACCEPT:  Most General Rubbish, Appliances, Metal, Computers,

Electronics, Lawn & Garden Waste, Vehicle Batteries, Empty Drums and Pails cut in half

     Tires will be accepted off the rim at a cost -  
       (Prices subject to change)

Please have the correct amount of money.

      16-inch and smaller tires:  $3.00

      17-inch and larger-truck tires:  $7.00

      Large tires:  $25.00

WILL NOT ACCEPT:  Rechargeable or disposable household

                  Batteries, Fluorescent tubes, Brush, Garbage,       

                  Recyclables, Pails with lids, Whole drums, Paints,

                  Chemicals, Oil, Gas, Antifreeze or any Hazardous

                  Waste, TELEVISIONS, FLAT SCREEN OR TUBE

ALL RESIDENTS PLEASE NOTE:  DUE TO INCREASING COSTS, NO TRAILERS LONGER THAN 8 FEET WILL BE ALLOWED THROUGH THE GATES TO THE DUMPSTERS!!!

Municipal Building
5833 Meetinghouse Rd.
Tully, NY 13159
(315) 696-4693

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In the heart of Central New York, Tully is the home of beautiful natural landscapes and a warm, small-town atmosphere which emphasizes family and community. Our productive farms, top-notch school system, and numerous community activities make Tully an excellent place to live and work.

Tully can be reached by Interstate 81 (exit 14). Syracuse is about 18 miles to the north, and Binghamton about 50 miles to the south.