Austin Resource Recovery (ARR) has hired contractors to work alongside its staff, to speed up storm debris collection efforts. Crews at work collecting large branches and tree limbs from ARR customers (single-family homes, up to fourplexes).
ARR has completed the first of several passes through the city collecting storm debris and the second pass is in progress. Many areas will likely require a third collection to clear all storm debris, and ARR expects those will be completed by April 30, 2023. After that, ARR will change focus from broad passes through the city and continue collections as needed, strictly through special storm debris collection requests made through Austin 3-1-1. This will continue through June 30, 2023.
Storm debris collection progress
- Over 167,058 tons
- 1,336,464 cubic yards
- 23,338 truckloads
of storm debris has been collected through March 22.
Which areas of Austin have been collected?
Check out our map for updates on which areas are complete, in progress or upcoming for storm debris collection:
ARR will only collect storm debris from its customers. If you're unsure if you are an ARR customer, search your address in our customer calendar.
If your address does not show up as an ARR customer, the name of your hauler can usually be found on your trash and recycling carts. Contact your hauler for storm debris removal options.
Apartment residents and businesses should contact their property manager for storm debris removal.
Here are some options for storm debris removal and guidelines to help you get it set out correctly and collected as soon as possible.