The City of Eudora's Brush Dump will be open on the first Saturday of each month, through November 2020. The brush dump hours will be from 8 a.m. to Noon. on each Saturday.
The brush dump is located at 515 W. 7th Street, and is immediately behind the wastewater treatment facility, next to the retention lagoon. City staff will be on hand to guide you, after you check in at the gate.
The brush dump will only be open to current Eudora residents. Driver’s license or other form of ID will be required at the gate to allow entry.
The dates that the brush dump will be open are as follows:
June 6, 2020
July 11, 2020 (2nd Saturday due to the July 4th Holiday)
August 1, 2020
September 5, 2020
October 3, 2020
November 7, 2020
As per the City’s open burn permit issued by the Kansas Department of Health & Environment (KDHE), the only material that can be disposed of at the brush dump and open burned are trees and brush. Wood chips will be allowed from tree grinding only. Due to KDHE burning and monitoring regulations, tree stumps over 18” in diameter will not be allowed. All other stumps should be ground down or cut to a size of 18” or smaller.
Grass and leaves will not be allowed. All residents are able to dispose of leaves and grass through our local waste management contractor - Honey Creek - as part of their regular, weekly pickup.
Composting is not an option at the Brush Dump at this time.
If a Eudora resident utilizes a Commercial company to remove their trees and brush, the resident will be required to either accompany the Commercial company to the brush dump or write a letter with their name, address and phone number stating they are using this company to remove their material.
The brush dump may be opened outside of the above-mentioned dates pending major storm events. Public notice will be sent out via social media, this website, and/or utility inserts.
Between brush dump open dates, staff will notify the local fire department, KDHE and BNSF (the railroad) when staff intends to open burn the deposited material. These dates will depend on the weather and KDHE requirements The trees and brush will be separated into small piles that can be completely burned and disposed.