An infestation of the destructive Emerald Ash borer beetle has been confirmed in Tarrant County. In an effort to slow the spread, the State of Texas has quarantined ALL brush and firewood from leaving Tarrant County.
As of April 12, 2019, residents of Grand Prairie who live in Tarrant County may no longer take brush or firewood to the Grand Prairie landfill. Because it is difficult to discern Ash tree limbs and brush from other species, the quarantine applies to ALL brush, limbs and firewood in Tarrant County.
- Leave brush on curb to be collected by the City Brush Crew during your regularly scheduled once-per month Zone service. Find Your Brush Zone
- You may take your brush to a Tarrant County location for a fee. The disposal fee is based on tonnage and waste type. Please call in advance for rates and operating hours.
800 Mosier Valley Rd
Euless TX, 76040
Silver Creek Materials
2251 Silver Creek Rd
Fort Worth TX, 76108
We thank you for understanding this required change in service and for helping to save our urban forest by following these instructions. All species of ash are susceptible to the destructive insect. Infested trees die within two to five years. For more information, call 972-237-8525.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Only those Grand Prairie residents who reside in Tarrant County.
You may put shrub clippings, raked leaves and pulled weeds in garbage bags and place on the curb with your regular twice weekly garbage pick up. However, if you live in Tarrant County and the shrub limbs are large enough to be considered tree limbs, the whole bag will be left on the curb due to the quarantine. Shrub and tree limbs are to be placed on the curb for your regular once-per-month brush zone pick up (view Brush Zone Schedule). The city's Brush Crew will not pick up bags, only tree limbs and brush.
No, not if you live in Tarrant County. Yes, if you live in Dallas County.
If you live in Tarrant County place your brush, limbs, and branches on the curb to be collected by the city's Brush Service during your regularly scheduled once-per-month Zone service (view Brush Zone Schedule).
You can also take your brush to a Tarrant County location for a fee.