The city's contractor, Ceres Environmental, anticipates completing the first pass through the city by the end of this week and will immediately begin their second pass through the entire city.
The City of Little Rock encourages citizens to bring any remaining debris from the storm event out to the curb as soon as possible to avoid being missed during the contractor's second pass through the city.
Residents do not need to call 311 to have their storm debris picked up.
Ceres will work simultaneously in all seven of the city's wards.
You can view the progress of the storm debris cleanup by clicking here. This webpage includes maps of each ward of the city and street-level detail of which streets have been picked up and which have not.
If residents are inclined to remove their own storm debris, they may drop it off free of charge at Reservoir Park or Interstate Park, which are open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday.