The City of Olive Branch Mayor and Board of Aldermen will continue to provide curbside rubbish and limb removal with no charge of service to residents up to one truckload.
In an effort to keep taxes low, prevent abuse, and maintain a high quality of service, the City of Olive Branch will be implementing a fee for rubbish piles that are more than one truckload (more than 600 cubic feet) for residents. This only applies to those who live within the City Limits of Olive Branch; not to those who live in the unincorporated areas of DeSoto County. This change will go into effect starting October 1, 2023.
Commercial business and tree services will continue to be responsible for hauling away their own rubbish material. Residents with Rubbish or tree limbs that result in multiple truckloads will receive an invoice notice from Public Works. Once invoices have been paid, Public Works will return to collect the remaining roadside rubbish and tree limbs.
Please view the information below to learn more about the City of Olive Branch’s Rubbish guidelines and these upcoming changes.
Rubbish, Limbs & Heavy Brush Pick-up
The City of Olive Branch Mayor and Board of Aldermen will continue to provide curbside rubbish and limb removal with no charge of service to Olive Branch residents up to one truckload. In an effort to keep taxes low, prevent abuse, and maintain a high quality of service, the City of Olive Branch will be implementing a fee for rubbish piles that are more than one truckload. Commercial business and tree services will continue to be responsible for hauling away their own rubbish material. The City of Olive Branch does not pick up after tree services. To view Rubbish Guidelines, please click here.
Public Works will collect up to one truckload or less at no charge.
Place your Rubbish and/or Tree Limbs at the curb. Public Works will stop by to collect these items. Typically, it takes one week to complete routes. All citizens receive rubbish and tree limb removal for items that are one truckload or less at no additional charge.
What if I have more than one truckload of rubbish and how do I pay?
If your rubbish or tree limbs results in multiple truckloads, Public Works will leave a notice indicating how much the additional fee will be with an invoice number. The rubbish will not be picked up until payment has been received.
Pay online at www.obms.us/payments, in person or by mail via Check or Money Order made out to the City of Olive Branch; Located 10175 HWY 178, Olive Branch, MS 38654. Public Works hours are Monday - Friday 7 AM - 5 PM. You must include your invoice number on your payment. Payment must be received within 14 days.
What happens after I've paid?
After your payment has been received, Public Works will return to collect the remaining roadside rubbish and tree limbs.
From November 15th to January 30th, leaves are not required to be deposited in disposable containers provided they are placed adjacent to the front property line (curb or edge of pavement, or between curb and sidewalk, not in the street) at least five feet away from any mailbox, light/sign post, hydrant or other structure and not located in a road or adjacent to a drainage inlet.
Trash Items Not Picked up by the City
The following items will not be picked up by the City:
- Household garbage
- Building Materials (Pallets /Sheetrock/Roofing)
- Bottles (Glass or Plastic)
- Propane Tanks
- Freon Tanks
- Caulk Tubes
- Kitchen Pots or Pans
- Livestock Stall Pickings
- Landscaping Timbers/ RR Ties
- Spray Cans
- Bricks/ Gravel/Dirt/ Concrete
- Paint Cans
- 5-Gallon Buckets
Where can I dispose of Electronic Waste?
- DeSoto County Rubbish Facility 5255 West Sandidge Road, Olive Branch
- Juvenile Justice Center 311 West South Street, Hernando
- Olive Branch Maintenance Shop 10414 HWY 178, Olive Branch