Who do I call with questions about yard waste collection?
For more information, call Local Waste Services at 614-409-9375.
When can I have my yard waste collected?
Yard waste like grass clippings, leaves, twigs, branches, shrubbery and other garden residues can be collected weekly through Hilliard’s waste collection services. The city collects yard waste every Tuesday, unless it’s a holiday week.
What kinds of bags are acceptable to store yard waste?
Organic waste should be placed in brown paper bags or rigid containers with Hilliard’s yard waste stickers. Stickers are available at the Hilliard Municipal Building (3800 Municipal Way).
Are there any restrictions regarding yard waste collection?
Branches must be less than four feet long and tied into bundles with string or twine. Each container, bag or bundle must weigh less than 50 pounds and be free of rocks, dirt and plastic bags.
Who do I call to request chipper service?
Residents can call Hilliard 311 or the Service Request Center at 614-876-7361 ext. 311 to schedule a time for pickup.
Are there any restrictions for chipper service?
Trimmings are required to be four feet or longer and only consist of tree and shrub clippings.
Where can I recycle my Christmas tree?
After Christmas, residents can place used trees on the curb to be picked up and processed by the city’s chipper service.
What trees are recommended for city streets?
For information about what trees to plant in your yard, contact the city forester at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will Hilliard remove my tree?
The city is responsible for trees in the public rights of way and homeowners are responsible for trees in their yards. The city will only remove trees in the public rights or way. To find out if your tree is on city property, contact the city forester at email@example.com.
Does Hilliard prune or trim trees?
The city is responsible for trees in the public rights of way and homeowners are responsible for trees in their yards. The city will only prune or trim trees in the public rights of way. To find out if your tree is on city property, contact the city forester at firstname.lastname@example.org.