What is available during a directed cleanup?
- A bulk pickup will be available.
The trucks start rolling at 8 AM so have all of your items out by that time. Items placed after 8 AM on the day of the cleanup will be the resident’s responsibility to dispose of. When placing items, please do not block the sidewalk. Items may be placed in the street. If you encounter any pickup issues, please contact Round Rock Refuse at 512-255-4980.
- A brush pickup will be available.
The truck starts rolling at noon so have all of your brush out by that time. Check the guidelines for placing out your brush here or watch the video below.
- A fire safety inspection of your home is available.
The Round Rock Fire Department will be working with volunteers to offer free home safety inspections on the day of your cleanup. The fire safety inspection includes checking for working smoke detectors, appliance recalls, and installation of new smoke detectors and stovetop fire suppression devices. Click the link below for your neighborhood cleanup date to request a fire safety inspection.
- Curb painting (where we paint your house number on your curb)
- Yard work or other type of assistance is available for those that are elderly, disabled, or have a medical condition. Click the link below for your neighborhood cleanup date to request assistance.
The current directed cleanups are:
March 7th, 2020 – Rolling Ridge, High Country, Flower Hill | Assistance request deadline is February 24th, 2020 Click here to request assistance
Do you need help with yard work or something else (elderly, disabled or have a medical condition)
Volunteers will be available on the day of the cleanup to help any residents that need assistance. Volunteers are happy to help with yard work, pulling items to the curb for removal and more.
If you need assistance or know of a neighbor who is elderly, disabled, had recent surgery or illness, or has special circumstances please let us know. The deadline for requests for volunteer assistance for each neighborhood is listed, late requests will be considered depending on resources.
If you need assistance, call at 512-671-2734 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. You can also click on your neighborhood to be taken to the online request form.
The sooner you can let me know that you would like some help, the easier it will be for me to make sure we have the proper number of volunteers.