Brush and Leaf Collection Map
You can use the route map below to find out which brush zone you live in and when brush trucks are scheduled to be collecting in your area. The dates listed on the schedule are the start dates for each route. It normally takes one to three weeks to pickup all the brush in a route. Double click on a brush zone to see an enlarged version of the area and a list of collection dates. You can also call 615-862-5000 to confirm the brush zone and collection dates for your neighborhood.
There are two ways to know when brush trucks are scheduled to be in your area:
1. Download the 2020-2021 schedule of collection dates, then print out the schedule to post on your refrigerator or bulletin board in your home or office.
2. Sign up to receive e-mail reminders from Public Works. Email notifications are sent to brush subscribers 7, 14, 21, or 30 days prior to when their brush route is scheduled to begin.
Metro's 12 Brush Collection Routes
Brush collection guidelines
Need More Frequent Brush Disposal?
Public Works offers free brush disposal for Davidson County residents (pick-up truck loads only, no trailers) at both Living Earth locations and at the Ezell Pike Convenience Center.
Davidson County residents can dispose of brush and other yard waste free of charge (trailers will be charged a fee) at the following locations: