Does the Sanitation Department pick up tree limbs?

Tree limbs, small trees and/or shrubbery must be cut in lengths of three feet or less and be placed at the curb. All limbs should be placed in a single location. Do not stack near any utility boxes or meters, or under overhead utility lines. However, the Sanitation Department will not remove limbs, logs, or debris from an entire tree that has been taken down by a tree service.  This service is meant as a convenience service to pick up small limbs.  There is a $50 fee for this service added to the customers utility bill.  Limb service pick-up takes place on regular trash pick-up day.  It does not have to be scheduled in advance.

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1. Can I use my own trash can?
2. Do you offer recycling service?
3. Can I get an extra trash cart?
4. Is there an exemption for senior citizens or residents with a disability?
5. Does the Sanitation Department pick up tree limbs?
6. Will the Sanitation Department haul off large items?
7. Does the Sanitation Department pick up grass clippings, leaves, and tree limbs?
8. Are there any items the Sanitation Department does not pick up?
9. Does my collection day change on a holiday?
10. How do I get free mulch?
11. What should I do when I approach a trash truck on the road?