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City crews are out in force this week as we continue to work through picking up storm debris! 💪 This is a huge task that will take significant time as impacts are widespread throughout Round Rock. Thank you for your patience as we work through this together.

✅ Brush drop-off locations and curbside pick-up info: https://rrtx.info/stormpickup.
✅ Request cleanup assistance/volunteer info: https://rrtx.info/StormVolunteer.

City crews are out in force this week as we continue to work through picking up storm debris! 💪 This is a huge task that will take significant time as impacts are widespread throughout Round Rock. Thank you for your patience as we work through this together.

✅ Brush drop-off locations and curbside pick-up info: rrtx.info/stormpickup.
✅ Request cleanup assistance/volunteer info: rrtx.info/StormVolunteer.
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Thank you! Come over to Round Rock West. Almost every house has a giant pile of tree limbs and brush.

We've got 5 trucks and trailers ready to go. Where do we sign up? #austin #roundrock

Thank you Round Rock, Texas – City Government!

Thank you Round Rock, Texas – City Government

Thank you!

Zebediah BIBLE BOOK

👍

Thank you all!

Trying to keep people from parking in front of my curbside brush pile (and missing that one day city comes by) seems the more daunting task. Assuming it could be (understandably) awhile before collection I'm tempted to just pull the brush ONTO the street to block them from parking in front of it. #didmyjob

We are patiently waiting for pickup on Christopher Ave. Thank you to all involved.

Jeremiah Vela

A huge amount of “Round Rock” is not within the city limits, and instead resides within MUD or ETJs within county jurisdiction. Williamson County has no plan. Most people living in urban or suburban areas are not prepared with trucks or means to haul off enormous heaps of tree limbs & debris. Glad City of RR is cleaning up, but notice the mess has no “cleanup plan” the second you cross the city limit line. Many individual homeowners are making arrangements, but still overall a massive MESS.

Is it true there about an 8 week backlog for scheduling?

Thank you!!

Hey The City of Leander, Texas takes some notes!! And don’t say you don’t have the money. Have the Mayor and pick up the phone and get the money.

Good job yall

Many thanks to all the city works out there cleaning up the debris. Hopefully they are staying safe and folks aren’t being idiots to them

Been there done that

Lots of work. People need to be patient with city crews collecting brush.

I filled out the form online and on Facebook as well. Is there a way to check the status?

Thank you!!!

Thank you for your hard work!! We appreciate you! 🙏

we got hit pretty bad in Chandler Creek - our neighbors came together and helped each other to clean up and dispose (for free at RR locations provided by the city)., If you cant really help out by cleaning and dispose yrself then BE patient - Round Rock, Texas – City Government is doing their best on this….

Thank you Round Rock. We appreciate you.

Thank you for taking action so quickly.

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Were right there with you, Ben. 😑 We understand last week was rough, yall. Ice everywhere, trees down across Round Rock, power outages and kids home from school running amok. Your reality is our reality, too, and now were in full cleanup mode. City crews continue to work as quickly as possible to move through the collection of the brush. Since last Thursday, weve had over 4,300 residents sign up for curbside collection through the Citys online form and have seen 600+ vehicles per day drop off more than 4,000 cubic yards of storm-related brush at our Deep Wood Recycling Center location.

As this process continues, well work to strategically move from neighborhood to neighborhood to collect brush curbside. There are huge amounts of storm debris from downed trees throughout the community and it will take a substantial amount of time for all collections to be made. We appreciate your patience as crews move as quickly as possible.

More information on brush drop-off locations and curbside pick-up is available online: https://rrtx.info/stormpickup.

If youd like to volunteer to help neighbors who need assistance cleaning up after the storm, you can sign up here: https://rrtx.info/StormVolunteer.

We're right there with you, Ben. 😑 We understand last week was rough, y'all. Ice everywhere, trees down across Round Rock, power outages and kids home from school running amok. Your reality is our reality, too, and now we're in full cleanup mode. City crews continue to work as quickly as possible to move through the collection of the brush. Since last Thursday, we've had over 4,300 residents sign up for curbside collection through the City's online form and have seen 600+ vehicles per day drop off more than 4,000 cubic yards of storm-related brush at our Deep Wood Recycling Center location.

As this process continues, we'll work to strategically move from neighborhood to neighborhood to collect brush curbside. There are huge amounts of storm debris from downed trees throughout the community and it will take a substantial amount of time for all collections to be made. We appreciate your patience as crews move as quickly as possible.

More information on brush drop-off locations and curbside pick-up is available online: rrtx.info/stormpickup.

If you'd like to volunteer to help neighbors who need assistance cleaning up after the storm, you can sign up here: rrtx.info/StormVolunteer.
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Bipolar!😂🤣

Great job, Round Rock!

AWD vs 2WD!!!

Our City Rocks! Thank you.

Love this!❤️

Well down Round Rock, Texas – City Government 👏👏👏👏 I love being a resident.

*amok

I really need access to my mailbox on Mesa Park and David curry

Thank you City if Round Rock for all you do! Great communication!

🤣😂😂

Y'all are awesome for providing this service, and it's very much appreciated.

👍

Will the city be offering free mulch delivery this year? I could use a dump truck full if you got any to spare.

If houses on our street have already requested brush pick up, do you still want all homeowners to request online even if we are on the same street and it's on the curb?

They must have had a fight before they arrived

Thank you City of Round Rock for all the updates and all that the city staff is doing! Love our town!

God bless you for helping us with this. At 75 I simply could not do this without the help of neighbors and the city. I am sincerely grateful.

Oh good grief!!! Just pick up all limbs. Have seen many city workers just standing around. Put them to work!

Thank you City of Round Rock!

Thanks for all the updates and making things feasible during this difficult time

When will play for all be open again may I ask?

Thank you for the update. A big Thank You for all of the hardwork and effort the employees and volunteers are doing. It is very much appreciated!! Is there anything the city can do (maybe a stern notice or something) for mainly the homes owned by "slumlords" that are not doing anything with their downed tree limbs that are not only an eyesore but a hazard?

He doesn't look happy.

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Round Rock, Texas – City Government

We're stronger together! 💪 Need assistance with storm cleanup, or want to help your neighbors? The City is accepting requests and volunteers now!

VOLUNTEER INO: rrtx.info/StormVolunteer
BRUSH COLLECTION: rrtx.info/stormpickup
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Our City Rocks!! Thank you

A Masterclass in How city government should be everywhere… Thank you Mayor Craig Morgan

Thank you! Any resources on tools available to cut up large pieces I might have missed that post 🙂

Thank you Mayor Craig Morgan!

Thank you. Recently announced large limb pickup will help A LOT

We are right off Red Bud, in between the Masters & the Reserve. We are not in the city limits. Would there be brush pick up for the houses in this area?

If we have too much to pile in front yard, can we schedule 2nd pickup?

Can we borrow a small chainsaw from the city? Where do I ask?

Thank you to the dedicated people representing our city. You are exceptional.

Before any winter storms the city needs to get out there and actually cut tree branches that put the power lines at risk. The majority of lines went out due to the neglect of that. That could have been totally prevented

The volunteer link is broken

This is my house and my neighbors house we helped them out

What if you live in RR, but in a MUD.

Vicky Parker if you live in a MUD you do not live in the city limits. Post office assigns addresses but even if your "address" says a city; it has no bearing on city limits.

Yeah that’s great if you’re in actual city limits they’re not doing crap for those of us who live in round Rock, have to pay their property taxes, but don’t have Round Rock water…

Brandon Benbow

If anyone would like to volunteer, a retired RRHS coach that lives out of city limits in his 70s needs help but can’t get it because he isn’t within the city.

Vicky Parker I'm in the same position, just barely out of the city limits :'(

I'm so proud of our city!

County needs to offer pick up as well.

Chris SmithCheck it out Bruh.

The city has done a phenomenal job providing communication and resources for its residents!

What are the people living outside city limits but still in RR supposed to do?

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We're right there with you, Ben. 😑 We understand last week was rough, y'all. Ice everywhere, trees down across Round Rock, power outages and kids home from school running amok. Your reality is our reality, too, and now we're in full cleanup mode. City crews continue to work as quickly as possible to move through the collection of the brush. Since last Thursday, we've had over 4,300 residents sign up for curbside collection through the City's online form and seen 600+ vehicles per day drop off more than 4,000 cubic yards of storm-related brush at our Deep Wood Recycling Center location.

As this process continues, we'll work to strategically move from neighborhood to neighborhood to collect brush curbside. There are huge amounts of storm debris from downed trees throughout the community and it will take a substantial amount of time for all collections to be made. We appreciate your patience as crews move as quickly as possible.

More information on brush drop-off locations and curbside pick-up is available online: https://rrtx.info/stormpickup.

If you'd like to volunteer to help neighbors who need assistance cleaning up after the storm, you can sign up here: https://rrtx.info/StormVolunteer.
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We're stronger together! 💪 Need assistance with storm cleanup, or want to help your neighbors? The City is accepting requests and volunteers now!

Visit the links in our bio to Request Assistance or to Volunteer!
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To assist in-city residents with the disposal of fallen tree limbs on private property, the City of Round Rock will open an additional temporary brush recycling location and allow residents to request free brush pickup over the coming weeks.

DROP OFF: Residents can drop off brush for free from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Sunday at the Brush Recycling Center, 310 Deepwood Drive, or the East Brushy Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, 3939 E. Palm Valley Blvd. (open starting Friday, Feb. 3 at 9 a.m.). Anyone using this service must prove residency by showing a current City of Round Rock water bill and a valid driver's license. Absolutely no contract drop-off is allowed.

PICKUP FOR SMALL LIMBS: As part of the City’s contract with Central Texas Refuse, residents can place up to 7 additional items free of charge next to their garbage container along the curb on their trash pickup day. Brush must be bundled, and each bundle must be less than 40 pounds and no larger than 4 ft. x 4 ft. x 4 ft. Please note that Central Texas Refuse is running on a delayed schedule due to the ice storm. This service is free for existing City of Round Rock trash customers (who must receive a water bill from the City of Round Rock) and does not require additional signup.

PICKUP FOR LARGER LIMBS (UNDER 10 FT.): Residents can schedule a free curbside pickup through the City’s Online Service Request form at roundrocktexas.gov/servicerequest (select "Residential Brush Pickup") or by calling 512-218-5540. Brush must be piled on the curb, with limbs no longer than 10 feet and not bundled. Brush piles must have 5 feet of clearance on all sides and be free from obstructions 15 feet tall (power lines and trees). Failure to follow the guidelines will make the resident responsible for the removal. Please note that, due to the number of anticipated requests, curbside service may take several weeks after the request is made. However, the form should not be filled out until your limbs are ready for pickup.

MORE INFO: https://rrtx.info/stormpickup
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