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Since 2012, the City of Rogers has contracted with Lynde & McLeod, Inc. who operates the Maple Grove Yard Site, to allow Rogers residents to dispose of yard waste material.  Rogers residents may obtain an annual permit for $25 that will allow for the disposal of material at no additional fees.  Permits can be purchased at Rogers City Hall.  Non-permitted residents will be charged on a quantity basis. 

Pricing information for non-permits are listed below:

Month Item Cost
All Minimum charge $4.00
April and May Grass, Leaves, Brush $8.00 cu yd
June through September Grass $12.00 cu yd
June through September Leaves, Brush, Logs $8.00 cu yd
October and November Grass, Leaves, Brush, Logs  $8.00 cu yd
April Through November Clean Black Dirt $12.00 cu yd
April through November Sod & Dirt Mix / Clay $16.00 cu yd
April through November Aggregate (Under 2") $16.00 cu yd
 April through November Square Bales of Hay $2.00 each
 April through November 33 Gallon Trash Bags $1.00 each (June - Sept. is $2 each for grass)
 April through November Extra Large Trash Bags $2.00 each (June - Sept. $4 each fro grass)

All material must be de-bagged at the site and bags removed.  Biodegradable bags are not accepted.  Lawn and Garden waste is accepted (includes leaves, grass, plant material, straw, apples, wood chips, sand and brush up to 10 inches in diameter).  Material 10 to 22 inches in diameter will be charged $8.00 per cubic yard.

The site is open from April 1st to November 30th of each year.  Hours are Monday through Saturday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and Sundays from 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm.  The site is closed during Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving Day.

The site is located at: 14796 101st Ave N Maple Grove. More information can be found at their website

 

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