Brush Pick-Up

Pick-Up Zones

A new brush chipping schedule is now in place for the upcoming year. Converse residents are no longer required to call for brush pick-up. The city has been divided into four zones, and pick-up will be staggered throughout the year for each zone. Please view the Brush Pick-up Map to determine what zone you are in and then click on the Brush Pick-up Calendar to see when your pickup will be. We ask residents to start putting brush at the curb the Saturday before pick-up week. No brush piles may be greater than six feet high, ten feet long, and six feet deep.
   
  
  

Out of Zone Brush Pick-Up
 

Brush pick-up is only for the one week listed, not for the whole month. If you wish to schedule a brush pick-up out of cycle, you may do so for a service charge of $75 per pick-up. If you are over 65 and receive the exemption with Bexar County Appraisal District, this service charge can be waived. In order for the service charge to be waived you will need to provide the Utility Billing Department with proof that you are the homeowner and receive the exemption from Bexar County Appraisal District. To obtain this information click on the either of hyperlinks to look up your property and print out the information. Once printed and have all brush cut, curbside, and ready for pick-up, please come to the Utility Billing Department to sign the Out of Zone Brush Pick-Up form. 
 
** No brush piles may be greater than six feet high, ten feet long, and six feet deep.

 **Please note that if there isn't an active utility account for the address and/or if the utility account is not in your name you will not be able to schedule the pick up**

Eligibility
 

Brush pick-up services are not available to commercial customers. Only Converse citizens are eligible for this service. If you do not receive a City of Converse water / garbage bill, then you are not within Converse city limits. Residents in North Hampton, Dover, Meadow Brook, and Spring Meadows subdivisions are not within Converse city limits, with the exception of the houses on Nature Trail in the front of the Dover subdivision.No brush piles may be greater than six feet high, ten feet long, and six feet deep.