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Posted on: July 15, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Storm Brush Pickup Begins Monday, July 17

Storm brush pickup begins Monday, July 17

Storm damage brush pickup scheduled: 

Collection will begin at 7:00 a.m. Monday morning in City limits south of Route 56 where there is the most debris. Residents living south of Route 56 don’t need to notify the City.

Residents living north of Route 56 can make a request for storm pickup on the website at: or call Jeff Simmons at: (630) 836-3069.

Public Works crews hope to have all storm debris collected by Friday, July 21.

Residents must follow the normal scheduled pickup rules:

  • Put out pile prior to 7:00 a.m. on the day of pickup
  • Limit one pile of trimmed brush per address
  • No logs, lumber, yard waste, thorns or root-balls
  • Pile size needs to be smaller than 3 feet high, 8 feet wide, and 15 feet long
  • Branches do NOT exceed 8 inches in diameter 
  • Branches do NOT exceed 8 feet in length
  • Place cut ends extended toward the street. If piles are not prepared with all cut ends toward the road, the pile will not be picked up.

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