This announcement was just made from Dallas’ Sanitation Department regarding storm debris pick up:
The City of Dallas will provide free storm debris collection for Dallas’ Sanitation customers affected by the record snowfall that hit North Texas on February 11 and 12. Customers who need to clear their property must place cut and stacked tree limbs at the curb. Customers do not need to call 311 to request collection. Citations for “out of cycle” brush waste will not be issued until after March 15.
Sanitation brush collection crews will work overtime and Saturdays to pick up all storm debris on customer’s property. The debris will be picked up on customers’ normal brush/bulk schedule and will likely require 4-5 weeks to complete pick-up. Customers can look up their brush collection week here: “Bulk Collection Map” and “2010 Bulk Collection Calendar.”
Dallas Sanitation customers may also take storm debris to the following two locations from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and must show proof of residency with a driver’s license or current water bill.
Bachman Transfer Station
9500 Harry Hines Blvd.
McCommas Bluff Landill
5100 Youngblood Rd.
Storm debris will be chipped into mulch and will be available at no charge to customers for home use. Customers can pick up mulch at either location—just in time for spring gardening.