March 30, 2020

Compost Center

The City of Marshall will operate a grass clippings, brush, and other green waste compost site for use by Marshall City Residents at the Dept. of Public Works garage at 619 Homer Rd, Marshall, MI. Users of the site will be asked to present identification confirming residency.

Punch Cards are REQUIRED beginning in 2018.  Click here for more Details.

For-hire carriers and contractors will not be allowed use of the site.

The compost site will not accept:                       

  • construction materials
  • plastics of any kind
  • trees or limbs over 6 inches in diameter
  • stumps
  • concrete
  • food waste
  • others items as determined by the City      

The compost site will offer material for purchase:

  • There is no compost available at this time, we hope to have this available next year.
  • Wood chips are available free

The site will open April 14, 2020 and close November 21, 2020.

The hours of operation will be:

Tuesday - 4:00 - 7:00pm   

Friday - 9am - 3pm

Saturday - 9am - 3pm 

     The Site will be closed:

           May 22 & 23

           July 3 & 4

             September 4 & 5



Monday, April6, 2020

Residents wishing to participate in this clean-up will need to have their brush curbside by 7:00 a.m. on the above date.  The City will be using two crews and they WILL ONLY BE MAKING ONE ROUND. 


Limbs and brush must be less than four inches in diameter and a maximum of six feet long.  Stack brush so the larger ends are all facing the same way.  Do NOT use plastic bags – only brown biodegradable bags are acceptable. 


Note:  Any materials placed out after the crew has cleaned the street will be the property owner’s responsibility.


No leaves, grass clippings, stumps, roots or limbs exceeding the size limits, building lumber, landscape timbers or garbage will be picked up.  If these items are mixed in with the brush, the entire stack will NOT be removed.  



Staff is asking residents not to rake any debris into the street.  During a rain storm, the debris will clog the storm grates and possibly storm drains restricting the water flow and cause the streets to flood.  Keeping the debris out of the street will help in keeping maintenance costs down.  The street sweeper can’t pick up the piles of leaves. Your cooperation is appreciated.