Naperville Offering Special Brush Collection After Weekend Tornado

A small tornado spun through a portion of Naperville over the weekend (in addition to Romeoville, Joliet and Manhattan). The City of Naperville announced they are offering special brush collection to help residents clean up.

The collection will begin Tuesday morning and run through Friday, with city crews making multiple passes through the area marked blue on the map linked here.

Only residents who live within the special collection boundaries are asked to please place brush and tree debris on the parkway in front of their property by the morning of Tuesday, July 26 to help facilitate pick-up. Crews will make multiple passes throughout these areas this week to collect brush. If eligible residents cannot have their brush placed out by Tuesday morning, please place it on the parkway as soon as possible this week.
Residents in these areas do not need to cut, bag, or tie brush or prepare it in any special way.
The special collection will conclude at the end of the day on Friday, July 29. After that time, any remaining brush on private property would need to be disposed of through the weekly yard waste program or through a privately contracted tree removal company.
Citywide, if a parkway tree on public property sustained damage, please contact Public Works at (630) 420-6095 to report it or submit a service request at Crews will address these trees in the coming days/weeks.