2021 FALL BRUSH COLLECTION will be occur the week of September 27th
Branches/brush & garden waste
Have out by 7:00 a.m. Monday, September 27th
The City of Saint Peter will be collecting branches/brush and garden waste such as tomato plants, flowers, etc. at curbside the week of September 27th. Note: we go past each property once. Please place branches/brush and garden waste parallel and adjacent to the curb (not on the street). One big pile, the higher the better - no longer than 15 feet X 8 feet wide is better than spread out along the curb line. Please help us serve you better by placing brush away from curbies, light poles, mailboxes, signs, trees, posts, utility boxes/pedestals, etc. Brush or garden waste will not be collected after the week of September 27th but can be brought to the City’s drop-off site.
Drop-off Site Open 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week - The brush and soft yard waste drop-off sites located at 1128 North Swift Street, (southwest intersection of St. Julien and Swift Streets) with access off North Swift Street are open year round for your convenience in dropping off brush and soft yard waste. Brush and tree trimmings need to be cut shorter than 6 feet. Separate bunker now provided for dropping off fill (rocks, dirt, etc.).
Residents need to have an “access pass” (orange sticker) on their vehicle to use the site.
This service is provided and funded by the Environmental Service Fee.