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The Town of Wallkill is pleased to announce the return of our brush drop off program. Brush will be accepted at our Highway Department between the hours of 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM Monday through Friday. The Highway Department is located at 860 Route 17M, Middletown. You can also drop off brush on Saturdays for the month of NOVEMBER ONLY beginning on November 3rd, through November 17th from 8AM to Noon. We will not be open on Saturday November 24th in observation of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Please use our Keasel Road entrance when you visit us on Saturdays.
You can dispose of grass clippings, leaves and brush (no bigger than 3" in diameter) free of charge. Please note that we will not accepts any branches bigger than 3" in diameter, wood or stumps.
This service is for Town residents only, proof of residency is required.
Overgrown trees and fallen limbs are the leading cause of power outages during storms.
As part of the survey, we’ll be checking for hazardous trees outside our right of way.
What’s a hazardous tree? Trees growing outside our right of way, including on private property, that are damaged, diseased, dead or dying, and are likely to fall and damage lines, causing an outage.
Our arborists will let you know if you have a hazardous tree on your property, and with your permission, they will trim it or, if necessary, remove it for you.
We hire only professional foresters who are specially trained in preserving tree health and follow International Society of Arboriculture pruning guidelines.
We will never cut or remove a tree that is on private property without your permission.
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