The City of Hutto will host a second brush clean-up community event on Saturday, March 25 at Adam Orgain Park (1001 CR 137, Hutto). Residents can bring brush and tree limbs damaged during the recent ice storm for free disposal.
City of Hutto curbside collection update (as of Friday, March 17): The City of Hutto has now made rounds through all neighborhoods inside city limits to pick up curbside tree debris. If your home was missed for any reason, City of Hutto residents should email [email protected] no later than Wednesday, March 29 with your name, address and neighborhood to be placed on a list for pick-up. City crews will visit homeowners who summited a requests for pick-up on Thursday, March 23 and Thursday, March 30.
Here’s some important information to remember:
- All tree and brush debris must be placed curbside to be eligible for pick-up.
- Please keep all brush within 10 feet of the curb.
- Debris does not need to be cut or bundled.
- Please don’t block the debris with vehicles parked in the street.
- This free service is available to all homes and businesses within Hutto city limits.
There are several other options available to those within the City of Hutto and the Hutto ETJ.
Community brush clean-up event
The City of Hutto will host a second community brush clean-up event on Saturday, March 25 at Adam Orgain Park, located at 1001 County Road 137. It will run from 8 am to 12 noon. This clean-up will be for brush and tree limbs only, to give residents a place to bring their damaged brush/limbs for free disposal from the recent ice storm.
Trash pick-up from Al Clawson Disposal Inc.
As part of the City’s contract with Al Clawson Disposal Inc. (ACDI), residents are always welcome to cut brush into 3- to 4-foot lengths and bind into bundles with rope to be picked up by ACDI curbside on regular trash days. Please note, these bundles must be 35 lbs. or less. More information and contact details are available at https://www.clawsondisposal.com/services/residential.
Request volunteer help from the Hutto Resource Center
The City has partnered with the Hutto Resource Center (HRC) and Hutto Cares to provide even more help to those in need within Hutto and the ETJ. Those who do not have means to gather storm-damaged brush can fill out a request for volunteer help via the HRC at http://ow.ly/gbeu50MOxmB.
If your group would like to independently volunteer to cut/move brush, contact our Community Outreach team at [email protected]. (Please note these are independent groups and not City volunteers.)
Request financial assistance from Hutto Cares
Hutto Cares is offering financial assistance to help offset the expense of clean up from the storm. To apply for assistance, please visit: https://rrcommunityfoundation.dm.networkforgood.com/forms/hutto-cares.
To donate funds to help those in need, please visit: https://rrcommunityfoundation.networkforgood.com/projects/157514-hutto-cares.