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Brush is woody branches and limbs from trees, shrubs, and bushes. The City has 4 curbside brush collections each year (in April, June, August, and October) for homeowner-trimmed brush. Brush cannot be taken to the City’s yard waste drop-off site.
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All of the following are considered yard waste: leaves, garden clippings, plant debris, pine cones, grass clippings, twigs, and trimmings from bushes and shrubs which are less than 6 inches in diameter.
No. The City does not pick up yard waste at the curb, and these items are prohibited from landfills, so you cannot put them in your trash can. Residents must take their yard waste to the City’s yard waste drop-off site, located at the Public Works Garage on Edna Taylor Parkway, between Femrite Drive and Broadway. Fallen leaves which are not mixed with other waste are collected at the curb in the month of April and in the fall.