LYONS, Colo. (CBS4) – The Colorado Department of Transportation will be making its last pick up of debris from last fall’s flooding in northern Colorado over the next two weeks.

CDOT will be making the pickups at two locations along Highway 36 between Lyons and Estes Park.

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They are asking residents to bring trees, brush, grass and other vegetative debris to the area between mile posts 16.3 and 21 near Apple Valley Road west of Lyons.

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Flood related construction and demolition waste like wood framing from houses, furniture, carpet, clothing and concrete can be brought to mile post 18.7 at the pullout alongside the highway west of Lyons.

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The debris will be picked up free of charge.