MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX – Montgomery County Precinct 3 residents have until Sunday, July 9, 2023, to place large storm debris in the county right of way for pickup.
Precinct 3 crews, as well as the five contracted crews from CrowderGulf, have been working daily since the June 21 overnight storms swept through parts of South Montgomery County, causing massive and widespread tree damage due to the record straight-line winds in the area.
Crews will make one final pass through neighborhoods after the July 9 deadline to pick up any remaining large debris. Pickup times for residences, streets or neighborhoods will not be scheduled for specific dates/times.
Precinct 3 appreciates residents’ understanding of the situation, their efforts to clean up private property and their patience as Precinct 3 works diligently on cleanup efforts.
Residents are reminded that this service is being provided for LARGE STORM DEBRIS REMOVAL INVOLVING TREES/VEGETATION.
Residents should place debris along the right of way. The county is prohibited by law from entering private property to make repairs and/or improvements, such as tree and yard debris removal. Residents should not place debris in the drainage ditch or roadway, as it could have a negative impact on stormwater drainage and traffic safety, respectively.
CREWS WILL NOT REMOVE:
FREE DROP-OFF AT RECYCLING CENTER:
For more information, call the precinct office at 936-522-9307.