Waste Management doesn’t run on the weekends in the City of Brandon. Garbage collection will not occur on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
Public Works Operations oversees installation and maintenance of City of Brandon:
Contact Public Works
1000 Municipal Dr.
Brandon, MS 39042
Darion Warren, CFM, TCS
Director, Public Works
Understanding Your Water Bill
Have you ever wondered what FLA or WR mean on your water bill?
Water & Sewer
A completed water application, a $100.00 meter deposit, a copy of ID, and a copy of proof of service address are required in order to set up service. All rental houses are required to pay a $50.00 rental inspection fee and have a rental inspection completed through the Community Development Department before water service may be established.
Bank Draft Form
Bank draft payments are sent to the bank for collection and posted to the water accounts on the 20th of each month. If the 20th falls on a holiday or a weekend, then the account will be drafted on the next working day after the 20th. A copy of a voided check must be attached to the Bank Draft Form for account information verification.
Stop Bank Draft Form
Customers wishing to change bank accounts for drafting purposes must complete a Stop Bank Draft Form for the old bank account being drafted and complete a new Bank Draft Form for the new bank account.
If your water bill appears to high. You may qualify for a water adjustment.
Water Bills are due on the 28th of each month unless noted otherwise. Bank Draft service is available. Your account is subject to a $5.00 late fee if payment is not received by the close of normal business hours on the due date.
The City of Brandon is contracted with Waste Management for residential garbage pickup services throughout the city. Each residence has pickup twice per week. All solid waste charges are billed monthly to each residence by the City of Brandon. Please contact the City of Brandon Public Works Department to set up services or if you have any questions.
Waste Management currently provides for our solid waste collection and disposal. The city provides solid waste collection twice a week. 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.
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.
The city provides curbside leaf pick-up service in the fall and winter.
Rubbish/Tree Limbs & Trimmings.
limbs must be in a manageable piles with limbs no longer 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.
Non-Point Source Pollution and How You Can Help Keep Your Community Clean and Safe
Stormwater Management for Homeowners and Businesses
Non-Point Source Pollution is pollution that does not come from a single point or location; this type of pollution is carried into lakes, rivers and streams by storm water runoff. When it rains, the runoff collects pollutants from streets, lawns and parking lots (such as oil, gasoline, fertilizer, pesticides, litter and animal wastes) and carries pollutants into the water body.
How You Can Help Minimize Non-Point Source Pollution
1)Don’t dispose of any materials (including grass clippings, motor oil, detergents, etc.) down storm drains
2) Properly maintain storm drains – make sure they are free from trash and other debris
3) When washing vehicles at home, make sure water and detergents flow into the grass, not the street
4) Use fertilizers/pesticides sparingly; dispose of empty containers properly
5) Pick up your animal’s waste
6) Recycle when possible and properly dispose of used household and office equipment and materials
7) Install and maintain erosion control devices such as silt fencing and hay bales when grading land
Remember – Storm water runoff does not flow into a treatment plant – it flows directly into our streams, creeks, and lakes. Please do your part to keep our waterways clean and safe for all of us to enjoy!