Fisher Road; Southview Drive cul-de-sac off of Fisher Road; Gettysburg Pike between Giant Foods and Fisher Road; Country Estates; Williams Grove Road between Fisher Road and PA Turnpike; W. Winding Hill Road; E. Winding Hill Road, between S. Market Street and Gettysburg Pike; S. York Street between PA Turnpike and Gettysburg Pike; Shepherdstown; Meadowview Estates; Arborfield; S. Market Street between Rt. 15 and PA Turnpike; Lindenwood; Arlington Hills; Gray Drive; Whitebrier (Wineberry Drive, Dewberry Court); Winding Hill Heights; Cumberland Parkway; Old Schoolhouse Lane; Reynolds Street (Collection will begin on April 10 thru April 14)
E. Lisburn Road between Mt. Allen underpass and Lower Allen Township line; Hertzler Road from the railroad underpass to Arcona Road; Klinedinst Road; E. Winding Hill Road between Arcona Road and railroad tracks; Arcona Road; Arcona Estates; Raven Hills; Apache Trail; Pima Circle; Ford Farm; Allen Glen; McCormick Road; Bishop Road (Collection will begin on April 17 thru 21)
Williams Grove Road between Mech. line and PA Turnpike; Peachtree Village; Trindle Station; Diehl Road; Old Grove Road; Sinclair Road; Miller’s Crest; Miller’s Acres; S. York Street between Mech. line and PA Turnpike; S. Market Street between Mech. line and PA Turnpike; Sunnyland; Webercroft; Georgetown; Allendale Road; Stonehedge; Meadowood; Ridge Court; Geneva Drive; Nanroc Drive; Cedar Ridge; Ariel Court; Deerhaven; Wilson Lane; Heritage Acres; Fair Oaks (Collection will begin on April 24 thru April 28)
Market Street between Rt. 15 and Simpson Park, W. Lisburn Road between Rt. 15 and S. Market Street; Grantham Road; Mill Road; Grantham Area (Woodbine Street, Laurel Street, Cedar Street, High Street, Yorkview Drive, Low Street); Edgewood (Sholly Drive, Woodside Drive); Spacious Acres; Park Ridge; Bumble Bee Hollow Road; Bumble Bee Hollow Development; Bowman’s Village; Bowman’s Hill; Bowmansdale between S. Market St. and Bumble Bee Hollow Road (Collection will begin on May 1 thru May 5)
Gettysburg Pike between Township line near Rosegarden and Fisher Road, W. Lisburn Road between Rt. 15 and Monroe Township line, Grantham Road between Gettysburg Pike and Monroe Township line; Rosegarden; Ashcombe Farms; Ashcombe Farms North; Creekstone; Center Square; Center Square Manor; Country Square; Canterbury Estates (Collection will begin on May 8 thru May 12)
Winding Hills Development; Hertzler Road from Mt. Allen Drive to the railroad underpass; Allenview; Bowmansdale east of S. Market Street; E. Lisburn Road between S. Market Street and Mt. Allen underpass; Witney Ridge; Spring Run Manor; Spring Run Acres; Mt. Allen Heights; Reservoir Hill; Kimberly Meadows; Park Hills Drive Area; Wayne Drive; Breezewood Hill (Midland Road, Breezewood Drive); Sleepy Hollow Farms (Lavina Drive, Hilda Court); Flintlock Ridge (Collection will begin on May 15 thru May 19)
Please Keep In Mind
Annual brush pickup begins on April 10th and will continue through May 19th. Please note there is only one brush pickup per year. The guidelines are as follows:
- Please have all brush at the curb by 7:00 a.m. on Monday morning in your zone. We cannot guarantee a specific day that we will pick up brush in any given zone.
- The longer the brush, the better it is for workers to handle and place into the chipper.
- Do not make your brush pile higher than three (3) feet or place brush in a pile wider than ten (10) feet. The limit is one (1) pile per house.
- We will not drive onto private roads, driveways or yards due to liability issues.
We will NOT pick up the following items:
- Brush that is obstructed by parked vehicles or other items.
- Brush that is on trailers or truck beds.
- Small piles of brush, hedge trimmings, vines, long grasses, yard debris, poison ivy or oak, plants, etc. These items should be put in your garbage container and/or garbage bag and placed out for your weekly trash pickup (brush should be cut to no longer than 6-foot lengths and tied into 40-pound bundles). Each bundle counts towards weekly 6 trash can limit, but can be placed out every week.
- Yard or tree debris that appears it was raked. If items were raked up, there is a good possibility that stones are included in the pile. This will damage the chipping equipment and produce potentially dangerous projectiles for the crew members. Please bag all of this type of debris and set it out with your trash.
- Vines (they become tangled in the chipper).
- Fence posts or building materials.
- Rotten or dirty wood.
- Thorns of any type.
- Wood cut into firewood lengths (it jams the chipper).
- Brush with any metal such as wire, nails, etc. attached.
- Brush that does not have all cut ends facing the road and that are not stacked neatly (do not put out a pile of tangled branches facing all different ways).
- Contractors’ brush piles – this service is for residents only!
- Whole trees or tree trimmings, unless they are 4” in diameter or less. Homeowners are responsible for disposing of anything larger; i.e., by contracting with a tree removal service or some other means.
- Roots and stumps over 50 pounds. Roots and stumps 50 pounds or under will be taken but must be cut off and placed in a separate pile.
- Garbage bags and trashcans full of debris or branches. If branches are tied into bundles or placed in garbage bags or trashcans, they should be put out for your weekly trash, not left out for brush pickup.
- Community piles – if it appears that the brush did not come from the residence they are piled in front of, they will not be picked up. For example, your neighbors, friends or relatives cannot bring their tree limbs to your house for pickup. Please do not start a community pile for all the neighbors to add to – we will not pick these up! No exceptions!