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09/16/2021 UPDATE:
The City is currently working to contract tree debris removal services.
Novus Wood Group remains open as a no cost option for residents to drop off their storm-related tree debris. (including palm fronds)
For City of Dickinson residents that may be unable to deliver their storm-related tree debris to Novus, such as our elderly or disabled residents, we ask that you please neatly stack/bundle your tree debris at the curbside in preparation for contractor pickup.

Nicholas Tree Debris Removal

The City has confirmed that Novus Wood Group WILL accept palm fronds during this timeframe, but only from City of Dickinson residents. Like with the other green debris, these WILL NOT be accepted from commercial contractors. We apologize about any confusion this may have caused.

09/15/2021 UPDATE:
Many residents have been asking about disposal of fallen trees/tree limbs. For the next week, beginning now until September 22, residents are welcome to take their tree debris to Novus Wood Group for processing. Please see flyer below for additional details.

Hurricane Nicholas Wood Debris Drop-Off

Battery running low? The City of Dickinson is opening the Council Chambers for residents without power to charge their devices during regular business hours ( Monday through Thursday, 7:30 - 5:30, and Friday 7:30 - 11:30).
Social distancing and masks are recommended.  Chargers not provided.

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