Spring Chippable Brush Collection

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SPRING 2018 CHIPPABLE BRUSH COLLECTION - COMPLETED

The city will do one final sweep the week of April 30- May 4.  Make sure all chippable brush is out by Sunday evening.  The next chippable brush pickup by the city will be in the Fall (Sept/Oct).  Remember you can take all yard waste to Ohio Compost year round for free as Maumee residents.  Another option is Republic yard waste bags that are picked up with trash & recycle service from March through November.

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Starting the week of APRIL 2, 2018, the City of Maumee will be providing its SPRING CHIPPABLE BRUSH COLLECTION.  This collection is for CHIPPABLE MATERIAL ONLY.  NO yard waste bags or non-chippable material (leaves, grass, garden waste, weeds, etc.) will be collected as part of this program.  The chippable material must be bundled and tied in four foot (4’) lengths, no more than two feet (2’) in diameter and weigh no more than forty (40) pounds.  The material should be put out to the street by the Sunday before a districts pick up week.

 DISTRICT B: COMPLETED
APRIL 2 - 6, 2018

The area between the Anthony Wayne Trail and the Maumee River EAST of Key Street to the city limits at the Ohio Turnpike.

 DISTRICT CCOMPLETED
APRIL 9 – 13, 2018

The triangle area NORTH of the Anthony Wayne Trail, EAST of Key Street, and to the city limits at the Ohio Turnpike.

DISTRICT DCOMPLETED
APRIL 16 – 20, 2018

The area NORTH of the Anthony Wayne Trail, WEST of Key Street, EAST of I-475 and SOUTH of the Ohio Turnpike, not including the area WEST of Ford Street and SOUTH of Illinois Avenue to I-475.

DISTRICT A: COMPLETED
APRIL 23 - 27, 2018

The area between the Anthony Wayne Trail and the Maumee River and WEST of Key Street through uptown beyond I-475 and including the area WEST of Ford Street and SOUTH of Illinois Avenue to I-475 and N. Jerome Road.

  • All dates are approximate; weather, events, breakdowns and day to day operations will cause adjustments to the schedule.
  • If other items such as ornamental grasses, weeds, sod, or leaves are mixed in the brush pile, everything will be left and the homeowner will be responsible for removal of all items.
  • A supervisor will check daily to make sure all brush piles were collected.  Late brush becomes the responsibility of the homeowner for disposal.