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City of Southlake, TX
Friday April 3rd, 2020 :: 04:39 p.m. MDT


Updated: Temporary Changes to Yard Waste and Brush Disposal Services due to COVID-19

Good afternoon,

This is Lauren LaNeave with the City of Southlake with an update regarding temporary changes to trash services due to COVID-19 that were implemented on March 19. Republic Services is in the process of adjusting their workforce and truck availability, which will allow them to resume collection of brush and yard waste, although on a scaled back schedule beginning April 8.

During this temporary period, brush and yard waste will only be collected on Wednesdays and NOT on any residents’ regular collection days. This includes all yard waste — bagged or loose. Republic Services is asking all residents to place yard waste out only on Wednesdays or to clearly separate yard waste from regular household trash.

Residents are also asked to be mindful of the amount of material that is being placed at the curb during this time. When possible, consider mowing grass clippings back into the yard for beneficial nitrogen, conduct only essential landscaping and maintenance or composting organic material.

During this modified collection schedule, existing brush and yard waste parameters are still in effect. Residents are asked to continue to bundle brush and tree trimmings in lengths of no more than four feet and no more than fifty pounds. Residents are asked to place no more than two cubic yards out per Wednesday for collection while Republic works to collect the large volume that has built up during this time.

More information regarding this update can be found at or

Thank you for your attention and have a safe weekend.

City of Southlake, TX
2100 W Southlake Blvd
Southlake, TX 76092

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