Tree branches/brush

If you hire a contractor to remove branches or brush, you must negotiate removal fees. The City is not responsible for removing tree debris that is cut by commercial contractors. If you have removed branches or brush yourself, you may dispose of up to three cubic yards (approximately the size of three washing machines, placed side by side) by scheduling a collection. Learn more

Small tree and brush trimmings are collected weekly on your designated trash day. Trimmings must be tied into 4-foot bundles, weighing no more than 40 pounds. Secure with biodegradable string, twine or rope. No more than seven bundles or fifteen yard waste bags will be collected per week.

Show All Answers

1. Bulky/large items
2. Chemicals/cleaning supplies
3. Construction materials
4. Medications/medical waste
5. Yard waste
6. Appliances
7. Batteries
8. Light bulbs
9. Aluminum foil/dishes
10. Ammunition
11. Animal waste
12. Cans
13. Cooking oil
14. Electronics/televisions
15. Fireworks/explosives
16. Furniture/mattresses
17. Food waste
18. Glass
19. Household items
20. Mercury thermostats
21. Paint/varnish
22. Plastic bags
23. Paper
24. Plastics
25. Propane tanks
26. Styrofoam
27. Tree branches/brush