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The Town of Christiansburg offers complimentary curbside brush collection to all residential properties within town limits. Residents must have brush piles placed out by 7 a.m. on the Monday of their collection week, which is based on your address. Please visit www.christiansburg.org/brush to find out your collection week. For this service, brush is defined as tree limbs/logs from trimming or pruning trees. All collected brush must pass through a wood chipper, so the following will not be accepted: leaves, weeds, grass clippings, vines, other yard waste and construction materials. These items can be collected during Spring/Fall cleanup or by scheduling a special pickup through the Public Works department. Please visit www.christiansburg.org/brush to learn about more requirements for brush collection.
The Christiansburg Farmers Market will be open from May 20 through October 28 and operates every Thursday from 3-7 p.m. For the 2021 season, the Market will be temporarily moving to the Christiansburg Recreation Center parking lot at 1600 N. Franklin St. due to downtown storm drain construction on Hickok St. Learn more about this year's vendors at www.christiansburg.org/marketshop.
The Dialogue on Race Law Enforcement Subcommittee meets the second Thursday of each month at 4 p.m. For now, meetings are being held virtually. If you would like to participate in a meeting, please contact Wornie Reed at firstname.lastname@example.org. The committee is comprised of Montgomery County law enforcement leaders and residents. Chaired by Wornie Reed, the committee focuses on improving race relations, eliminating racial profiling, achieving law enforcement employee hiring that resembles the county's racial makeup, and supporting community policing efforts.