Notices to Residents
Posted April 18, 2017
Posted April 5, 2017
Heavy undergrowth and excessive growth of grass and weeds, noxious plants, such as, ragweed poison oak, etc.; dead, decaying or damaged trees or other natural growth, and the branches and limbs which create an unsafe condition; garbage, rubble, waste, construction material or other debris that constitutes a health, fire or safety hazard.
The Municipality of Brighton encourages residents to compost natural vegetation as long as it falls under the guidelines of composting. In addition the Brighton landfill accepts yard waste – the first 100 kgs are FREE.
Download a copy of Northumberland County's Guide to Composting by clicking here or call 613-475-1162 ext. 121 for more information