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Hopkins County Spring Cleanup May 5th-6th

March 28, 2023 – Hopkins County Commissioners Court has announced the Spring Clean up days for 2023. Starting May 5th from 7 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. and on May 6th from 7A.M. till noon. Hopkins County residents may bring larger household items (not commercial) to their county precinct barn to dispose of them properly.

All county precinct barns will be open for the clean up, all trash will be accepted, however no toxic or hazardous materials will be accepted. That means no shingles, no chemicals, no household hazardous wastes, no pesticides, no paint and no appliances containing Freon.

Commissioners plan to have some staff available to assist people when they arrive, but noted those bringing larger items to discard should be prepared to help off load them.

Tires will be accepted this year, however additional charges will be required to be paid upon delivery.

The four county precinct bars will serve as collection sites for the Hopkins County Clean Up Days. The barns can be found at the following locations:

  • Precinct 1 Barn – 5516 State Highway 19 south, Sulphur Springs; contact: Commissioner Mickey Barker at 903-485-2040.
  • Precinct 2 Barn – 12080 State Highway 11 east, Como; Contact: Commissioner Greg Anglin at 903-488-3514.
  • Precinct 3 Barn – 583 County Road 3564, Dike; Contact: Commissioner Wade Bartley at 903-945 2178.
  • Precinct 4 Barn – FM 2653, Cumby, 1.7 mile south of State Highway 11 west; Contact: Commissioner Joe Price at 903-582-8840.

Additionally, Sulphur Springs Livestock Auctions will be also be a drop-off site. However, they will only be accepting tires, no other trash or waste items are to be brought to the Sale Barn. Tires drop-offs will be charged a fee for transportation.

Sulphur Springs Livestock Auctions is located at: 1910 S Broadway St

Author: Ethan Klein

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