BOARDMAN TWP., Ohio (WKBN) — Boardman Township will be having a one-time trash pickup for its residents to help with storm cleanup.

Many residents WKBN spoke with Tuesday had their basements completely flooded. Some even saw over 3 feet of water in their homes. Items such had big appliances, furniture, flooring, and even special keepsakes were destroyed in Sunday night’s severe storm.

Residents tell us they’re upset because this isn’t the first time it has happened.

“It’s the third time actually in twenty years, two times in three years that this has happened,” said Gary Gulu of Boardman.

“Oh here we go again, this was the third time. I lived on Parkside, we flooded. When I first moved in here, I flooded. that was bad. And now this time, which was real bad,” said Scott Byrns of Boardman.

In a partnership with Republic Services, Boardman Twp. residents can register for curbside bulk pickup by emailing their address to

Republic asks residents to keep individual trash items under 50 pounds. Here are more trash guidelines:

  • No tires or batteries
  • All loose items small enough to bag should be bagged
  • Carpet rolled tied or taped no longer than 4’
  • Lumber/construction debris no longer than 4’
  • Cardboard boxes broken down
  • All mattresses bagged and sealed

Republic is also offering free direct disposal at the landfill up to one ton. Boardman Twp. residents can haul to Carbon Limestone Landfill on South Stateline Road in Lowellville.

The first ton is free of charge, then $25/ton up to three tons of debris or trash.

Residents must show a current utility bill of any kind and a valid ID with a matching address.

Republic will also have two clean-up containers at the Boardman Township Government Center on Market Street starting Wednesday, Sept. 7, until Tuesday, Sept. 20.