The last work week of each month, March - November, is brush pick-up week in Oswego. All unbundled brush must be placed neatly and parallel or perpendicular to the street with all cut ends facing the same direction by 7:00 a.m. on Monday morning.
The Public Works trucks will pass through an area once and continue on. The Village asks that you do not put brush out after the trucks have been through your area.
Brush must be less than 5” in diameter and must be tree and bush branches only. No logs, wood, root balls, cuttings or clippings or grass clippings will be picked up.
Please do not put brush in a container. If your brush is not picked up, an orange tag will be left on your door indicating the reason.
Also this week:
- Don't forget that hydrant flushing continues this week! If your area hasn't experienced the joys of rusty water yet, check out what times you should avoid taking a shower, doing laundry etc.
- Monday night the school board is meeting at 7 p.m. On the agenda is whether or not the board will approve the fees requested by the Morris property, which is the planned 906-unit apartment complex.
- Thompson Junior High is starting their band book sale on Thursday and are looking for donations.
- Friday is the last chance for you to experience Market on Main this year. Check out details here.