The City of Brandon is responsible for providing solid waste collection and disposal for its citizens. The City is currently contracted with Waste Management for residential garbage pickup services throughout the City. Waste Management provides solid waste collection services twice a week for residents. All solid waste charges are billed monthly to each residence by the City of Brandon. Please contact the City of Brandon Public Works Department at 601-824-4579 or 601-825-8421 to set up services or if you have any questions.
Containers must be placed at the curb or end of driveway by 7:00 a.m. on your pick-up day. Brush and grass clippings need to be bagged and placed alongside your other trash. White goods are picked up on your second collection day of the week.
Trash Pick Up
- Containers must be placed at the curb or end of driveway by 7:00 a.m. on your pick-up day.
- Leaves, brush and grass clippings need to be bagged and placed alongside your other trash.
- White goods are picked up by Waste Management on your second collection day of the week.
Rubbish/Tree Limbs & Trimmings
Limbs must be in manageable piles with limbs no larger than five-feet long, eight-inches in diameter, and kept to a maximum three-feet in height, stacked neatly at the curb next to your garbage, in order to be picked up. Yard debris will be collected on the last collection day of the week.
Residents who contract with a tree service or hire an individual for the removal of trees on private property will be responsible for the disposal of such debris.
Waste Management will not collect solid waste resulting solely from construction, remodeling, repair, or demolition operations on homes, buildings or other structures. This includes roofing materials, landscape materials, tree removal, bricks, concrete, fencing material, etc. The homeowner will be responsible for disposal of such debris.
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tel: 601-824-4579 or 601-825-8421
Call After Hours: 601-825-7225 (Brandon Police Dispatch)
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