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Emergency Alert

Hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30 each year. Learn how to Be Ready at www.cctexas.com/beready.


MoCrews continue working diligently to pick up debris left behind from Hurricane Harvey.

On Monday, January 15, crews will begin picking up debris in Area 10

Citizens living in this area must have debris set out by 7:00 a.m., Monday, January 15 for pickup. This is the final sweep for this area.

Residents no longer need to separate items.

If you live in Area 1A, 1B, 2, 3A, 3B, 4, 5, 6 or 7A, 7B, 8 or 9 and were still missed, please call (361) 826-CITY (2489) to place a work order with Solid Waste Services.

Debris Pickup Schedule Provided by Solid Waste

DOs & DON’Ts FOR BRUSH/STORM DEBRIS PICKUP

DO:

  • Place brush, construction, and bulky items in one pile for collection
  • Set out fence posts with concrete attached but no loose concrete will be collected
  • Cut large tree branches into smaller pieces
  • Place small piles of brush and debris in the green cart for collection, provided the lid can still close
  • Create a separate pile for household appliances (refrigerators and freezers should not contain any food items and have their doors removed for safety)
  • Call (361) 826-CITY (2489) to have refrigerators picked up. All other appliances can be taken to the J.C. Elliott Transfer Station at Highway 286 at Ayers Street

 

DON’T:

  • Place debris under power lines or low hanging trees
  • Park cars or place obstructions near curbside brush which will prevent cleanup crews from removing items safely and efficiently
  • Place hazardous waste out as it is not being collected but it can be taken to the J.C. Elliott Transfer Station at Highway 286 at Ayers Street
  • Place recyclable items in the green bin (it is for trash only)
  • Place brush or trash in the blue bin (it is for recyclables only)
  • Block storm drains when setting brush out for curbside pickup
  • Block sidewalks and driveways when setting brush out for curbside pickup