To help protect our water quality:
- Do not blow leaves or grass into the street or storm drains. Blow or sweep the debris back into the yard.
- Grass clippings that get into our waterways add nutrients that contribute to algae blooms which can harm our water quality & habitat.
- Adjust sprinkler heads so they water your lawn and plants and not sidewalks or pavement
Dispose of Lawn care Waste:
- Leave the leaves & grass clippings on site to mulch, or bag up for brush & bulk collection. You can Dispose of grass, leaves, shrubs, and other organic matter.
If you would like to know when you brush pickup is visit: Brush & Bulk Collection
When should I place my brush/bulk items at the curb?
Items should be placed at the curb no more than 7 days prior to your scheduled collection day. Your collection day is considered Day 7, and items must be at the curb no later than 7:00 AM on that day
If you have any questions regarding pickup, please call 254-298-5725 or click HERE.
Reduce the use of Landscape Chemicals:
Decrease the use of lawn and garden care products such as pesticides, weed killers, and chemical fertilizers. Avoid over-watering, which may wash these products into the gutter and storm drains.