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Round Two: U-Call We-Haul Trash Pickups Return

City of Nome employees Sean Norris and Brad Soske laugh outside Old St. Joes. Sarah Swartz photo.

Overwhelming response to the recent U-Call We-Haul event has prompted the City of Nome to go for another round. Thursday and Friday, June 10-11 residents within city limits will have one more chance to to call and schedule a trash pickup. 

Angie Nguyen from the City Manager’s office shared that the City wanted to express their commitment to assisting residents and optimizing availability.

“We added this upcoming Thursday and Friday to accommodate anyone who missed the opportunity for the trash pick ups during U-Call We-Haul week,” Nguyen said.

The Nome Monofill on Center Creek Road will be open Thursday, Friday, and extend hours on Saturday for disposing construction and demolition debris, scrap metal, tires, white goods, and vehicles.

The city is also making their U-Call We-Haul services available for commercial users, allowing local businesses to call and schedule pick ups for their unwanted items.

To schedule a pick up or ask questions, call the City Clerk’s office at (907) 443-6663.

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