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City provides phone book drop-off locations

Provided by: City of Lubbock

Beginning Monday, February 10th through March 10th, residents can drop-off old phone books at any of the four permanent City of Lubbock drop-off locations:

  • South Milwaukee - 7308 Milwaukee (73rd & Milwaukee, west of the Water ground storage reservoir)
  • North Quaker - 4307 Adrian St. (N. Quaker & Adrian, north of the Water ground storage reservoir)
  • Southside - 1631 84th St. (west of Ave. P)
  • Northside - 208 Municipal Dr. (across from Meadowbrook Golf Course)

Telephone books will be accepted through Monday, March 10th, through Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

This phone book recycling project is collaboration between the City of Lubbock Solid Waste Services department, Names and Numbers, and Hurley Companies.

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