The city of Boulder will make its final rounds of flood debris pickup starting Friday and will expand the service to include dirt, silt and appliances.

Residents are asked to place any flood debris within 10 feet of the curb on public property by the weekend.

PIckup of appliances, mud and silt begins Monday.

The city said debris pickup efforts have gone faster than anticipated, and officials expect to complete debris removal next week.

As of Tuesday, the city had collected 536 tons of flood debris through the pickup program.

Only mud and silt collected by residents is eligible for pickup. Contractors removing dirt and mud from residences must haul that material away themselves.

The curbside removal program is only for flood-related debris, and debris should not be placed in trash bags. If the debris is already in trash bags, the bags must be left open for inspection. No electronic devices will be picked up.

Dump fees at Western Disposal's transfer station -- 5880 Butte Mill Road -- will be waived for residents through Saturday. Residents must provide proof they live in the city of Boulder.

Electronics may be taken to Eco-Cycle's Center for Hard to Recycle Materials -- 5030 Old Pearl St. -- or Western Disposal. Hazardous household materials such as paint, pesticides and chemicals must be taken to Hazardous Materials Management Facility at 1901 63rd St.

Residents whose flood debris has not been picked up by Wednesday, Oct. 9, should contact the city at 720-564-2196 or at