From Feb. 24 through March 31, free curbside limb pickup will be available for city of Pflugerville trash customers and residents in the ETJ who are city trash customers. Additionally, the city is adding more drop-off locations for limbs and construction debris.
Limb pickups should be scheduled with Waste Connections online or by calling 512-282-3508. Tree limbs must be unbundled, no longer than 4 feet in length and weigh less than 40 lbs.
Other options for limbs and brush include the weekly bulk collection curbside or at the Recycle Center. All fees for brush and limb drop-off at the Recycle Center will be waived through March 31. The center is open daily from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Dumpsters will also be provided by the city for residents to dispose of debris, limbs and brush. The availability of the dumpsters will be announced once the dumpsters have been delivered.
The dumpsters will be available through March 15 located at:
- 1849 Park—16430 Cameron Road
- Gilleland Creek Pool—700 N. Railroad Ave.
- Pflugerville Recycle Center—15500 Sun Light Near Way, Ste. B
Appliances, furniture and other large items can be disposed of during weekly curbside bulk trash pickup.
Residential building permit fees will also be waived to expedite emergency plumbing repairs, according to the news release. Through March 31, residents will not be charged permit fees for repairs that resulted from the weather for residential structures, plumbing, heating and cooling, or electrical systems.
Inspections will be conducted by the city through video chat or video submittal to speed up repairs. However, electrical, HVAC systems, water heaters and gas pipes will still require in-person inspections.
Residents with questions can call the Pflugerville Development Services Center at 512-990-6300.
Last night, City Council authorized fee waivers & expanded services for the Pflugerville community following the winter storm. These programs will help facilitate residential cleanup and emergency repairs in Pflugerville and its ETJ. Read more at https://t.co/ZxekDuyDiZ. pic.twitter.com/KiAvyBkcDF
— Pflugerville, TX (@PflugervilleTX) February 24, 2021