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CRYSTAL LAKE AND CARY, IL — Public works crews have been busy cleaning up following strong storm's earlier in the week. Cleanup will continue next week as curbside brush pickup services will be offered in Crystal Lake and Cary for residents.

Here's what you will need to know if you would like to have brush picked up curbside in the coming days.

Cary
In Cary, public works employees will start picking up post-storm brush placed out at the curb on Monday.

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The brush must be from this past week's storm events, the minimum length of the branches is four feet and the diameter must be between 2 to 8 inches; and the volume of the brush can not be more than eight-feet long by four-feet wide or what would fit in the back of a standard pick-up truck. The cut ends of the brush should be facing the street and no thorny materials or root balls should be placed out at the curb.

For larger piles of brush, village employees can provide a quoted price at a nominal fee once everything else has been picked up.

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In addition, Flood Brothers offers weekly curbside brush pickup in Cary on residents' assigned garbage collection day if it is bundled and less than four feet long.

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Those interested in special brush pick-up in Crystal Lake can submit a service request online at http://ow.ly/WHJM50FQxN6. Brush must be 6 inches or less in diameter and 6 feet or less in length.

Brush will be picked up next week. All brush should be moved to the parkway by 7 a.m. on Monday.

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Brush Collection and Drop Off

The City offers residents a Brush Collection and Brush Drop-Off Program.

Brush Collection Program

The City's annual May Brush Pickup Program is scheduled to begin May 3, 2021. This year the City will be divided up into four zones. Please click on the link below to see when your zone of the City will be serviced. During your scheduled week of pickup, please have your brush out by 6:00 AM on that Monday. For example, please note the following:

-If you live in Zone 1, have your brush out to the curb by 6:00 AM on Monday, May 3, 2021.

-If you live in Zone 2, have your brush out to the curb by 6:00 AM on Monday, May 10, 2021.

-If you live in Zone 3, have your brush out to the curb by 6:00 AM on Monday, May 17, 2021.

-If you live in Zone 4, have your brush out to the curb by 6:00 AM on Monday, May 24, 2021.

Pickup dates are tentative, subject to change due to weather events.

Brush Pickup Zones

Brush Drop-Off Site

The City's Brush Drop-Off Site, located at 410 S. Main Street, is open the first and third Saturday of each month from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM, April through November. The first drop off opportunity is Saturday, April 18, 2020.

Proof of residency, such as a driver's license or vehicle sticker is required to drop-off brush at the site.

In addition, brush must be 6 inches or less in diameter and 6 feet or less in length to be accepted. Other, materials, such as bagged leaves and grass, cannot be accepted at the site. Please contact your waste collection company if you have other materials that need disposal.

 Please maintain social distancing guidelines if you are dropping off brush.

Mulch

Mulch is currently unavailable but the City anticipates availability in early July 2021. 

Sours: https://www.crystallake.org/your-government/departments/public-works/brush-collection-and-drop-off
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Brush Pick-Up

When?

The City's annual May Brush Pickup Program is scheduled to begin May 3, 2021. This year the City will be divided up into four zones. Please click on the link below to see when your zone of the City will be serviced. During your scheduled week of pickup, please have your brush out by 6:00 AM on that Monday. For example, please note the following:

-If you live in Zone 1, have your brush out to the curb by 6:00 AM on Monday, May 3, 2021.

-If you live in Zone 2, have your brush out to the curb by 6:00 AM on Monday, May 10, 2021.

-If you live in Zone 3, have your brush out to the curb by 6:00 AM on Monday, May 17, 2021.

-If you live in Zone 4, have your brush out to the curb by 6:00 AM on Monday, May 24, 2021.

Pickup dates are tentative, subject to change due to weather events.

Brush Pickup Zones

Contact

Please call our Public Works Department at (815) 356-3614 with questions or comments.

Sours: https://www.crystallake.org/our-community/green-initiatives/brush-pick-up
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Trees down? Here’s what McHenry County towns are doing regarding clean ups

Public works crews across McHenry County have been hard at work clearing trees felled in this week’s storms from roadways and public areas, but they also may help residents haul away debris that came down on private property.

While Crystal Lake and Huntley officials are asking residents to call in and request pickups of yard waste left by the storm because their municipalities were not hit as hard as others farther north in the county, some other local governments are doing communitywide sweeps to get storm damage cleared.

Here is when each local government the Northwest Herald could get in touch with Wednesday is planning on pickups:

Algonquin

Village residents are asked to follow normal procedures for brush pickup and purchase stickers from the Village Hall or local retailers, so the trash hauler Groot can pick up yard waste on its normal routes.

Cary

Starting Monday, public works staff will pick up post-storm brush placed out at the curb, the village said in a Facebook post.

Brush should be at the curb by 7 a.m., cut ends toward the street, according to the post. Only one pass will be made.

Branches must be at least 4 feet and between 2 to 8 inches in diameter. No thorns or root balls. The total volume of brush cannot be more than 8 feet long by 4 feet high.

For material smaller than this, Flood Brothers offers unlimited weekly curbside pickup on an address’s assigned garbage day, according to the post. For larger, contact the village to pay a fee for a special collection.

Crystal Lake

Crystal Lake residents are asked to have yard waste at the side of the road by Sunday and to call the city’s Public Works Department at 815-356-3614 to request pickup, Public Works Director Mike Magnuson said.

The brush will be collected early next week.

The heaviest damage to trees is mostly contained to the eastern parts of the city, in particular east of McHenry Avenue, Magnuson said.

“Looking at where the storm hit last night, I think we fared a little bit better than some of the other communities,” he said.

Harvard

The city of Harvard will pick up brush next week, starting Monday, according to a Facebook post. Brush should be placed in the terrace, parallel to the curb and in separate piles.

Huntley

Like Crystal Lake residents, Huntley residents are also asked to call the village’s Public Works Department at 847-515-5222 to request brush pickup for debris left by the storm, Huntley Assistant Public Works Director Jason Irvin said. They should have debris placed by the roadway by 4 p.m. Monday.

Lake in the Hills

Lake in the Hills residents should place any yard waste they want removed by the curb by Sunday evening. Village crews will perform a one-time, villagewide curbside brush pickup of private tree debris beginning early Monday morning, the village said on Twitter.

The collection will begin on the east side of the village and will head west through the week, the village said on its website. The collection is expected to take several days.

Crews will use two chippers to conduct one pass through Lake in the Hills for the pickup of private trees and brush.

“Remember that small twigs and leaves are considered yard waste and should be bagged or bundled in less than 50-pound bundles and 48 inches in length and under, and placed out at the curb for pickup during regularly scheduled garbage days,” the village said. “Large logs and stumps should be cut into pieces that are not too large or too heavy for crews to carry.”

McHenry

The city of McHenry will complete a city-wide brush pickup on Monday, it advised in a Nixle alert Thursday.

Residents must have all their brush out to the parkway or roadside no later than 7 a.m. Monday, according to the alert. Crews will visit each street once and continue until they have gone through the entire City.

This pickup will be for tree material only for residential properties; yard waste can be picked up through the yard waste collection program provided by Prairieland Disposal.

Branches should be as long as possible and no more than 5 inches in diameter, according to the alert. No stumps, roots, or root balls will be taken. Residents should place brush on the parkway parallel to the street but not in the street or on driveways.

McHenry Township

Residents of unincorporated McHenry Township can have brush picked up by the McHenry Township Road District starting Monday morning. Road district crews will make one trip through unincorporated areas, Highway Commissioner Jim Condon said.

Woodstock

Woodstock residents can have all brush up to 12 inches in diameter picked up for free if they have it curbside no later than 7 a.m. Monday, the city said in a Facebook post.

Sours: https://www.shawlocal.com/northwest-herald/news/local/2021/08/11/trees-down-heres-what-mchenry-county-towns-are-doing-regarding-clean-ups/

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Last Brush Pick Up 2021

The Township offers a brush pickup courtesy for seniors and individuals who are physically unable to move brush on their own. Brush pick up is a service reserved specifically for residents who live on Algonquin Township maintained roads only.  The Highway Department reserves the right to modify the schedule, and move pickup or drop off dates, when necessary.

Guidelines:

  • Must live on a township Maintained Road. Not sure if you live on a Township maintained road? Click HERE to view our interactive map.

  • Submit a request on-line or by calling the office, 847-639-2700 x6

  • All brush must be placed on the right of way easement, within 5’ of the roadway with butt ends facing the roadway. Please keep piles to a 15’ span

  • All butt ends of branches must be facing the roadway

  • We will accept branches 2” to 15” in diameter

  • Brush placed out after the fact will not be picked up until the following brush pick up.

Accepted:

  • Branches 2” to 15” in diameter, branches no less than 4’ in length.

  • Bundle branches less than 4’ in length with twine

Sours: https://algtwsp.com/events/last-brush-pick-up-2021
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Press release from the City of Crystal Lake:

April 29 2020

Brush Pick-up Program Begins May 4, 2020

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Crystal Lake – The City's annual Brush Pick-up Program will begin May 4, 2020. Please see the following map displaying when your area of the City will be serviced. When it is your week for pick-up, please have your brush at the curb by 6:00 a.m. that Monday. Brush must be six inches or less in diameter and six feet or less in length to be accepted. Other, materials, such as bagged leaves and grass, will not be accepted during pick-up. The pick-up zones will be as follows:

Zone 1 - (May 4-8): East of Route 14/Virginia Street and North of Crystal Lake Avenue

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Zone 2 - (May 11-15): East of Route 14/Virginia Street; East of McHenry Avenue; and South of Crystal Lake Avenue

Zone 3 - (May 18-22): West of McHenry Avenue/Randall Road and South of Barlina Road

Zone 4 - (May 26-29): West of Route 14/Virginia Street; West of McHenry Avenue; and North of Barlina Road


This press release was produced by the City of Crystal Lake. The views expressed here are the author's own.

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