Over 300 truckloads of waste collected in Manhattan Spring Cleanup

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) -- Manhattan is looking cleaner this spring!

City crews picked up truckloads of waste for their annual Spring Cleanup between April 2nd and 6th.

They gathered 83 truckloads of bagged leaves and grass and 263 truckloads of brush and limbs.

The numbers were a down from 2017 but organizers say it was still a success.

If you have more yard waste to get rid of, you can drop it off at the Riley County Transfer station Monday-Saturday.