All the flooding last week created a lot of debris for some Nashville residents.
Starting Tuesday, Metro Public Works crews will be out in full force to start picking it all up.
Residents in Madison, east and north Nashville, Hermitage, as well as areas in the northwestern part of the county, are asked to place their debris at the curb.
Fees have also been waived for flood-impacted residents at each of Metro's three convenience centers so residents can dispose of their flood debris for free.
- Aug. 11, 2013: Madison businesses, churches receive severe flooding damage
- Aug. 8, 2013: Gallatin Pike businesses hit hard by flash flooding
- Aug. 8, 2013: Flash flooding leads to road closures, water rescues