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Yakima Public Works Is Giving Away Free Leaf Bags

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Yakima's Public Works Department is helping to clean up the streets, literally. Yakima's Public Works Department is helping to clean up the streets, literally.

YAKIMA, WA. -- Yakima's Public Works Department is helping to clean up the streets, literally. 

The department is handing out free biodegradable bags for leaf collection. This is the sixth year the city is giving away the free bags and there are still hundreds left.

The program lasts until supplies run out. You can pick up your free bag at the Public Works Office, Monday through Friday, from 10a.m. to 2p.m.

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