The individual collection zones can be seen in the below 6 maps. Please click the links to see which zone you are in.
Zone 1 – Brush pickup is scheduled for the week of April 3.
Zone 2 – Brush pickup is scheduled for the week of April 10.
Zone 3 – Brush pickup is scheduled for the week of April 17.
Zone 4 – Brush pickup is scheduled for the week of April 24.
Zone 5 – Brush pickup is scheduled for the week of May 1.
Zone 6 – Brush pickup is scheduled for the week of May 8.
Please keep in mind: Any small clippings, yard or tree debris that appears as though they have been raked up will not be taken. Examples include: arborvitae clippings, vines, sawdust, etc. Not only will the vines become tangled in the chipper, but also if items were raked up, then there is a good possibility that the pile contains rocks. Rocks and stones damage the chipping equipment and produce potentially dangerous projectiles that pose a potential hazard to our crew members. Please bag all this type of debris and set it out with your trash.
Additionally, please note that residents may place brush out with their weekly trash. Brush desposed of through trash pickup must be in bundles no longer than 6 feet long and in such a size that can be easily handled by one person (maximum weight: 75 lbs.). A brush bundle will count against the total amount of trash an indvidual resident may place at the curb on a weekly basis.
Guidelines for Brush Pickup
Please have all brush out at the curb by 7:00 A.M. on Monday morning. We cannot guarantee a specific day that we will pick up brush in any given area.
We can only pick up tree trimmings that measure 4" or less in diameter. Residents must remove branches from tree trunks. (We recommend that residents with branches larger than 4" in diameter contract with a tree service for removal.)
Please avoid placing short pieces of heavy wood, such as fire wood, for pickup. Wood of this size will jam the chipping equipment.
Put small items, such as hedge trimmings, vines, long grasses, yard debris, and fence posts in your garbage container and place it out for your weekly Republic Services trash pickup.
Do not tie branches into bundles or place them in trash cans or garbage bags for us to pick up. Again, you should dispose of such items with your weekly Republic Services pick up.
We are not able to grind wood with any metal attached to it. (Example: wire, nails, etc.)
The longer the branch, the better it is for workers to handle and place into the chipper.
Please stack branches neatly at the curbside with cut ends facing toward the road.
Do not make your brush pile higher than three (3) feet or place branches in a pile wider than ten (10) feet. The limit is one (1) pile per house.
We will not pick up contractors' branch piles. This service is for residents of the Township only.
We will not take whole trees. If you cut down a tree or have one cut down, then it is your responsibility to dispose of it.
If it appears that the brush did not come from the residence it is piled in front of, then it will not be picked up. For example, your friends or relatives cannot bring their tree limbs to your house for pickup.
We cannot drive onto private roads, driveways, or yards due to liability issues.
If we visit your neighborhood and do not pick up your branches, then we will leave you a note explaining why we could not pick them up.
Cut off roots and stumps and place them in a separate pile. We do not take stumps weighing more than 50 pounds.
We will not accept garbage bags and trashcans full of debris.
In accordance with Chapter 233-20 of the Township code, "The placement of brush and yard waste to be collected by Township employees as part of the Township's brush recycling program or by another person on Township streets for a period of more than seven days shall be prohibited."
We will will not pick up anything with thorns on it.