Perrysburg residents must remove brush from the curb by Wednesday now that the spring pickup is over, the city said.
If the brush is left curbside, the city will clean it up and bill residents for the work, according to the city's public service department.
Unpaid bills could mean an assessment on a resident's property.
Perrysburg residents can use the city's compost site at no charge. It is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. But first, residents must take their brush to the public service department, 11980 Roachton Rd., where they will get a key and instructions to access the compost site.
Residents can purchase bags or tags for $2.25 for the city's yard waste program. The items can be purchased at the public service department, Black Diamond Inc., Kazmaier's 5-Star Market, Kroger, Luckey Farmers, Mills Pro Hardware & Supply, Mini-Engine Repair, Rite Aid, and Walt Churchill's Market.