WCHOA Informational Update

Oct 9, 2018 by

Community Clean Up Saturday – 750 River Road – The City of San Marcos will host its brushy waste drop-off and community cleanup for residential garbage and recycling service customers on Saturday, Oct. 13 from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.  In addition to brushy waste, the City will accept bulk junk and furniture, recyclables and hazardous waste as part of the community cleanup.

People wishing to drop off brush and other “green waste,” as well as recyclables, bulk junk and hazardous waste, must provide a copy of a City utility bill and unload their own material at the site. Green waste that will be accepted includes trees or brush trimmings, leaves and grass clippings. Brush containing barbed wire or other metals will not be accepted. The brush drop off can be reached by taking the San Marcos Animal Shelter entrance at 750 River Road and following the signs.

The service is open only to residential solid waste customers in San Marcos.  Residents are invited to load and take ground up mulch at the site as available.

Residents also have the option of using their green waste carts to dispose of brushy waste. Please check the City website at www.sanmarcostx.gov/brush or call Resource Recovery at 512.393.8407 for more information.  


Does Your Property have an On-Site Sewage Facility? Click here to read fee change information provided by Hays County if your property is located outside the city.  Please note: the City of San Marcos (not the county) has responsibility for enforcing the OSSF systems located inside the city.)

If you have an On-Site Sewage Facility, you should be aware that the Hays County Commissioners Court adopted a $50 Late Fee if a new maintenance contract for your system is not filed before the date of expiration of the previous contract.

If you have any questions, please contact Hays County Development Services, 512-393-2150.


Check out the recent posting to the “Just Willow Creek” section of our website – Memorial party in remembrance of Kevin

 

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