UPDATE: FEBRUARY 22, 2023
The City of Wimberley will continue debris pick-up though March 2nd. All limbs/branches (ONLY) should be placed curbside and as close to the street as possible.
Please note, all pick-ups may not be possible, so if you are able to take your debris to the collection station on Carney Lane, please do so as there is no drop off fee through March 1st.
UPDATE: FEBRUARY 15, 2023
The City of Wimberley will be contracting with a company to pick up limbs/branches (ONLY) that are placed curbside beginning Wednesday, February 15th. They have asked that all limbs/branches be placed as close to the street as possible. The company will start on the Northern Side of Wimberley, near Las Flores and they will work their way South, then East to West. They will be collecting Wednesday, February 15 - Saturday February 18 and then again on February 21 and February 22.
There is no guarantee that we can reach all homes, but we will make every effort. If you are able to haul your own limbs, we encourage you to do so as the Collection Station on Carney Lane (or any other drop off points listed below) are not charging a fee for drops off through February 22nd.
Hays County Debris Drop Off Points
Wimberley Open 8am-4pm February 7-22 CLOSED 20 FEBRUARY location: 691 Carney Ln Hays County Recycling and Solid Waste Facility, Wimberley, TX
Dripping Springs Ranch Park & Event Center (DSRP) Open 9am-5pm February 13-19 location: 1042 Event Center Dr, Dripping Springs, TX
Buda Sportsplex Open 9am-5pm February 10-25 location: 310 Buda Sportsplex Dr, Buda TX
Niederwald, TX – Open 9am-5pm February 10-21 location: 2001 Kai Vista
San Marcos Open 9am-5pm February 10-21 location: Old Hays County Civic Center on Civic Center Loop
AVOID: placing anything under cables or electric lines
WHAT IS ACCEPTED: Only limbs/branches - absolutely NO CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS
PLEASE: help your neighbors that may need assistance in getting brush to the curb and form as many community piles as possible, as this will make collection of branches easier and more efficient for the company providing services.
• The City of Wimberley is working to clear debris from city road easements. We ask that you please be patient: We have limited staff and equipment resources so the cleanup will take several weeks. Safety on our roads is our TOP PRIORITY. Those areas where there are dangerous situations are being addressed first.
• City of Wimberley’s Local Disaster Declaration was extended on February 8 at a Special Meeting.
• City of Wimberley residents: There will be limited curbside pick-up of ice storm tree debris by Texas Disposal Systems. Branches must be bundled and tied into 4-foot lengths, not to exceed 35 pounds per bundle, no more than 4 limbs per bundle and no more than 3 cubic yards per pick-up. (This is basically the size of a washer and dryer.). These items may be picked up over the next weeks, due to high volumes throughout the area. Smaller sticks and branches can be included in garbage bins.
Residents in Hays County who need cleanup help can submit a request through the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) and at https://loom.ly/HfrrEEM.
• PLEASE HELP! It is VERY IMPORTANT that Wimberley area residents report ice storm damage online at TDEM pSTAT & iSTAT Jurisdiction Portal (texas.gov)
• As we cope with downed branches and limbs resulting from the recent ice storm, remember that these items can play an important role in our ecosystems. If you have more rustic acreage, downed trees and limbs can provide wildlife habitat and nutrients. They can also aid plant regeneration, help decrease erosion, and influence drainage and soil moisture and more! In addition, this organic material can be chipped into mulch and used for firewood.
Currently no burn permit is required for residential burning
Click below regarding outdoor burning.