We understand that homeowners have been cooped up all winter and really want to enjoy the sunny weather (despite chilly temperatures). Honestly, the last thing anyone wants to do is yard work. However, if you want to really want to enjoy the outdoors next weekend, why not spend a little time this week clearing up the last of the fallen branches, sticks and yard waste that are still plaguing your property?
The Halton Region is providing collection of yard waste and brush material, to many areas in the region as well as receiving drop offs, free of charge, at the Halton Waste Management Site. If you are unable to transport it to the site on your own, each household has one opportunity to put out yard waste at the curb and it will be collected.
Foe more details, check out the information below or visit the Halton Region website. It's time to show your garden that you mean business! No more tripping on sticks and side-stepping fallen branches. Take charge this week and get your yard cleaned up.
You'll feel better, you might even get your heart rate high enough to classify as a trip to the gym! That will leave you more time to sit outside with a cup of tea and enjoy your yard!
Bulk Brush Collection Update
- Curbside collection of bulk brush material in serviced yard waste areas in serviced areas – Halton Region is currently providing bulk brush collection in the designated yard waste service areas only. All available resources are currently being utilized to their fullest capacity to collect oversized bulk brush material.
- Halton residents and contractors can continue to drop off yard waste and bulk brush until June 30, 2014, free of charge at the Halton Waste Management Site.
- Collection of bulk brush material in non-serviced yard waste areas - Halton Region is providing a one-time extension of the special bulk brush collection program in non-serviced yard waste areas. Bulk brush will be collected one time for each household during the following dates:
- Milton Area 1 – May 5 to May 23
- Burlington Area 8 – May 20 to May 30
- Halton Hills Area 1 – May 26 to June 6
- Halton Hills Area 2 – June 9 to June 13
- Milton Area 2 – June 16 to June 20