Here's how to get your flooding debris picked up by the City of Houston

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HOUSTON — The City of Houston will start going through Kingwood to pick up debris and trash left over from last week’s flooding.

They’re starting with single-family homes on Monday.

For your trash to get collected, it has to be in the right spot and sorted correctly.

The city wants your things out by the curb by 6 a.m. and it should be separated into six different categories:

Anything that’s not by the curb won’t be picked up.