Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates
To review our city’s new debris pickup policy, please click the link below:
In addition to our new debris policies, quarterly Disposal Days have been established; wherein, citizens may utilize roll-off bins in order to dispose of items that our street department no longer picks up. These quarterly Disposal Days will occur in January, April, July, and October of each year, with exact dates to be announced prior to each quarter. To find information on each Disposal Day opportunity, please view the bulled list of announced dates below:
Citizens of Anniston, to the right you will find links to our new 2022 Brush and Debris Pick-Up Schedule.
The calendar is colored by week according to the area of our city that the street department will be working through. The Brush and Debris map corresponds to the colored calendar; thereby showing each area our team will be in each week.
For more information please contact our Public Works Department at: 256-231-7742 (Monday – Friday: 7:00AM – 4:00 PM).
Please note: If your brush/debris was not picked up in the week our street dept. was scheduled to visit your area, please report the missed pickup on our website here: www.annistonal.gov/work-order-request-online-portal.
The Street Department is primarily responsible for the pick-up of brush and yard debris within the City of Anniston. However, this division also provides for the maintenance of City ditches, right-of-ways, streets, sidewalks, and storm drains. In addition, this division further oversees the operation of the City’s Paint & Sign Shop, and Tree Trimming teams.
Paint & Sign Shop: paints appropriate markings on streets, curbs, and City parking lots, supports traffic sign regulation, and maintains/installs all street signs.
Tree Trimming is responsible for routine tree trimming and the removal of trees located on the right-of-ways, within the City’s parks, and upon other City property.
Brush: The Street Division picks up brush that is placed out curbside by citizens in residential areas. In order to be picked up, Limbs must meet the following criteria:
Here you may view a short summary of our Public Works Department’s summary reports: