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Special Post Storm Brush Pickup

Residents Must Place Brush at Curb Soon

Post Date:03/07/2017 11:28 AM

 The City of Brentwood’s Public Works crews are starting today to offer post storm brush pickup following the March 1st confirmed tornado that downed trees and damaged homes in our area.  Residents in the hardest hit neighborhoods will be able to take advantage of this special brush removal.   You must place all brush, regardless of its size, by the curb as soon as possible.  The city is lifting its regular size restrictions for storm related brush pickup in the following areas:

  VIDEO of Storm Damage

  • Concord ForestSpecial Storm Brush Pickup
  • Waller Road from Concord to Maxwell Lane
  • Maupin Road
  • Concord Pass
  • Willowmet (south of Childe Harolds)
  • Bridgeton Park
  • Concord Road from Crockett east to the city limits
  • Berkshire Estates
  • Raintree Forest
  • Crockett Road
  • Somerset
  • Parkside
  • Brenthaven (south of Wikle Road) including Crockett Cove and Crockett Hills
  • Eldorado Acres

 Crews will begin work today in the Concord Forest area and move west over the next two weeks.  If your brush is not placed by the curb by the time crews are near your neighborhood, your brush will not be picked up.  Crews will not pick up trampolines, trash, shingles, and other general debris.  Brush in all other areas of the City will be picked up on the regular chipper schedule.


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