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Wells Branch is currently under mandatory water restricitons. For more information please read Mandatory Water Restrictions
We are updating the District's 15 year old Parks Master Plan and want your feedback on any changes to the outdoor areas.
The District works in a cost effective and efficient way to support the vision by monitoring, tracking, and ensuring quality of life in the District. Quality of life has been defined as safe water supply, well maintained amenities, recreational opportunities, general safety, and stable and appreciating property values.
3000 Shoreline Drive
Austin, TX 78728
For Water and Wastewater
Crossroads Utility Services
In June of this year, Wells Branch moved to a new recycling program is called “single-stream” recycling. It’s the future for responsible resource conservation and an important step toward meeting Wells Branch’s goal to being a Green community. Single-stream recycling makes it almost as easy to use the recycling cart as it is to use the trash cart, so there’s no excuse for not recycling. It also creates a significant opportunity for the community to get a lot closer to their waste reduction goals through this revolutionary new system: Single Stream Recycling.
What day of the week and time will my Recycling be picked up?
Click on the link below to see the week that your recycling will be picked up.
The following materials may be Recycled:
PLASTICS #1-#5 & #7 - Water, soda and juice bottles, Milk jugs, Shampoo, conditioner & liquid soap bottles, Detergent bottles, Bleach and all-purpose cleaner bottles, Margarine tubs, yogurt containers, Empty medicine bottles, Clean frozen food trays, Plastic lids from bottles, Plastic takeout containers, Plastic produce containers, Plastic disposable plates, cups and utensils (check for recycling number).
PAPER - Newspapers and Inserts, Magazines, Catalogs, Junk Mail and Envelopes (No product samples; envelope labels and windows are OK), Boxboard (thin cardboard like cereal boxes, shoe boxes, soda cartons, etc.), Holiday and greeting cards, Phone books, Home Office Paper (Stickies, manilla envelopes and file folders and paper ream wrappers are OK), Paper bags, except gift bags.
METALS - Aluminum cans, such as soda cans, Tin & steel cans, such as soup cans and tuna cans, Empty aerosol cans, Metal lids from glass jars.
GLASS - Clear, green and amber glass. Put the glass containers in your recycling cart with all your recyclables. There is no need to remove labels. Metal lids from glass jars may also go in your recycling cart.
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD - Corrugated cardboard is thick and has a wavy middle layer. Moving and mailing boxes are usually made from corrugated cardboard.
The Following Materials ARE NOT Recycled:
PLASTICS - Plastic Bags, Styrofoam (cups, egg cartons, take-out container), toys, motor oil bottles
PAPER - Pizza boxes, wet, soiled or food-stained paper, paper towels, facial or toilet paper, disposable paper plates and cups, dark-colored envelopes and folders, wrapping paper and gift bags, milk and juice cartons
METALS - Aluminum foil, coat hangers, paint and solvent containers, scrap metal (nails, screws, gutters, etc…)
GLASS - Plate glass, windowpanes, light bulbs, mirrors, dishes and cups, ornaments and decorations
For more information on the following additional services, contact the District at 251-9814.