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Free Monthly Mattress, Box Spring, & E-Waste Drop Off Moved to March 11

Due to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and 5K road race on March 4th, Roosevelt Avenue will be shut down to traffic. Because of this we are moving the monthly drop off for Mattresses/Box Springs and Electronic Waste to the following Saturday, March 11th from 8am-11am. Residents will be able to drop off mattresses, box springs, and old electronics known as e-waste at the parking lot across from City Hall on Roosevelt Avenue at no charge.

For more information on the drop-off program, please see: http://www.pawtucketri.com/news/mayor-grebien-announces-free-monthly-mattress-box-spring-and-e-waste-drop-residents. 

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