If you lost a tree or large limbs during recent storms, here's what you need to know to dispose of them properly.
- If you hire a professional tree company, their services must include tree/limb disposal. Allen City Ordinance requires tree removal companies to provide this service. The City of Allen is not responsible for disposal of branches cut by a contractor. Please refer to City Ordinance, Health and Environment, Sec. III, Solid Waste, Sec.6-65.
- Weekly curbside pickup is for small branches and yard waste only. If your branches are less than 4 inches in diameter, you can create up to seven bundles and tie them with biodegradable twine. The bundles must be less than 4 feet long and weigh no more than 40 pounds. These bundles may be placed at your collection point on your usual trash day. Please keep them at least 2 feet away from trash and recycling bins.
- If you don't hire a contractor, you can schedule a pickup for larger loose brush. CWD will collect a loose pile of up to 3 cubic yards (the size of three washing machines side-by-side) once a month on your assigned collection day. View collection schedule. You must schedule the collection by noon on the day before your assigned collection by calling CWD at 972.392.9300 (option 2).
- Prefer to dispose it yourself? Bring it to the Custer Road Transfer Station at 9901 Custer Road, Plano. Load your yard waste into your personal vehicle or rented flatbed truck and bring it to the Custer Road Transfer Station Wood Grinding Facility. You can bring up to two loads per month with your current water bill and driver’s license. For more information about the Custer Road Transfer Station, visit the NTMWD website.
Download our annual Trash and Recycling Guidelines to learn more about waste disposal services in Allen.