During the fall leaf collection, City crews will collect leaves and yard waste from the street gutter only. Do not place on the terrace.
Leaf and yard waste collections are at 2-week intervals from October 11 through November 19, 2021
Customers in Zone 1: Beginning Sunday, October 10 and then every other Sunday through November 7, 2021.
Customers in Zone 2: Beginning Sunday, October 17 and then every other Sunday through November 14, 2021.
Rake leaves, small yard waste and garden debris into the gutter on the Sunday night prior to your collection week. Branch and brush piles must be kept separate from leaf and small yard waste piles. Branches and brush must be cut down to four-foot lengths and bundled with biodegradable twine and not exceed 45 pounds. Max branch width is three-inch diameter. No containers, except lawn and leaf bags, will be collected. Bundled branches will be picked with a claw. Small waste and leaves will be pushed into piles.
Please keep piles low and close to the curb to help protect children and not block motorists’ view.
Leaves on the following streets will be pushed into piles on side streets as often as possible, but due to heavy traffic, residents are encouraged to transport leaves to the yard waste sites rather than rake them into the gutter: Ballard Rd, College Ave, Oneida St, Calumet St, Wisconsin Ave, Richmond St, Newberry St, Meade St, Mason St (north of Prospect Ave) and Lawe St (from College Ave to Wisconsin Ave)
It is crucial to our leaf pick up operations to be able to work during the night. For that reason, starting on Sunday, October 10, the Police Department will not grant permission for overnight parking all week in the zone scheduled for collection. Vehicles that are illegally parked overnight (between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.) will be subject to ticketing and towing.
Branches and brush can also be taken to our two yard waste sites free of charge.
If weather permits, there will be one additional non-scheduled pass through the city starting November 22. Winter may come early, and snow may prevent this additional pick up. If weather prevents the City from completing the leaf and yard waste pick up after your final collection week, residents are responsible for leaf and yard waste disposal. No additional special pick ups will be scheduled. ... See MoreSee Less
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