urban area yard waste collection

The County of Brant’s Urban Yard waste curbside collection program is offered to Residential Properties within Urban Areas.

The following collection weeks will be held this year:

  • May 2-6
  • May 16-2
  • June 13-17
  • July 11-15
  • August 8-12
  • September 12-16
  • October 10-14
  • November 7-11
  • November 28-December 2

This listing can also be found on our online calendar by visiting www.brant.ca/Calendar or by viewing the electronic version of our annual printed calendar at www.brant.ca/2022Calendar.

Urban Yard Waste Collection Schedule - Materials are to be set out by 7:00 am on your regular collection day. Please note that due to the fluctuating volume of yard waste set out for each collection week, collection of material may not occur on your regular collection day but will be completed by the Saturday of that week.

Set Out Requirements:

  • Acceptable containers/bundles:
    • Paper bags/open top rigid containers (plastic bags are not allowed)
    • Bundled branches/limbs under 7.5 cm (3 in) in diameter, and bundles less than 2 feet in diameter and 4 feet in length
  • Curbside by 7:00 am on collection day
  • Weight limit per bag/container/bundle is 20 kg (45 lbs)
  • There is no bag/container limit
  • Loose material will not be collected

Acceptable Materials:

  • Plant cuttings, roots, leaves and weeds (including crab grass – clumps of dirt and/or sod must be removed from weeds)
  • Tree, hedge and shrub trimmings, brush cuttings, twigs and branches under 7.5 am (3 in) in diameter, and bundles less than 2 feet in diameter and 4 feet in length
  • Halloween pumpkin
  • Waste fruit from trees

Not Acceptable Materials:

× Grass clippings × Sod × Soil × Logs × Tree stumps × Rocks, concrete (pavers), asphalt × Kitchen waste (fruit & vegetables) × Feces, pet waste

If you miss a collection or want to dispose of your yard waste directly free of charge you can do so at the Biggars Lane Landfill and Paris Transfer Station. Material in plastic bags must be de-bagged but material in Kraft paper bags can be left within the bags and placed in the bin. The quantity is unlimited.

To view this information online as well as learn more about treasuring your leaves by composting or mulching visit www.brant.ca/YardWaste .


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