The Streets Division is conducting special brush collections to pick up material damaged in the June 16th storm. We will have extra crews on the street picking up material. We will also have a few crews trying to to follow the regular collection rotation, but our regular brush collection may be slow for the next seven to ten days as we work to clear storm damage.
DROP OFF SITE NOTE: For the next few days we have suspended the one pick up or trailer load of brush rule. Residents, who are clearing their own brush can bring multiple loads of brush to the drop off sites each day to facilitate their clean up efforts. This only applies to residents who are cutting their own brush. Contractors are still required to use the 121 E. Olin AV site.
You can also bring material to our drop off sites.
Use the links below to access maps of each collection district. These maps will provide more detailed information on our location in the area we are currently working in. If we are no in your area, you will find our best estimate of when we plan to get to your refuse collection district.
- The brush collection program serves property owners who maintain their own property and is provided April 1st through Mid October, for tree and shrub trimmings.
- Material cut by contractors will NOT be collected. Please make arrangements with the contractor for material disposal.
- Brush is tree and shrub trimmings over 18" in length. Brush May not exceed 8' length and 8" diameter
- Remove all roots, stumps and dirt.
- Place brush on the terrace at the street edge away from trees, parked cars, fire hydrants, utility poles, mail boxes and other obstructions. Do not put brush in the street.
- Stack brush with the cut ends facing the same direction.
- Tie small amounts of brush in bundles, using string or twine. Bundles may not exceed 4 feet in length or weigh more than 40 pounds.
- DO NOT PUT BRUSH IN BAGS, BOXES, OR TRASH CONTAINERS.
- Brush cut or trimmed by contractors. Persons hired by the property owners are responsible for removing material.
- Small twigs and branches less than 18" in length.
- Material cleared from lots or undeveloped property
- Material in boxes, bags or containers.