Loose Leaf Collection
Fall Loose Leaf Collection:
Last week of October through the last week of December, weather permitting.
Spring Loose Leaf Collection:
Last week of March through the first two weeks of April, weather permitting.
Loose leaf collection is available to single family homes & townhouses only. Collection is made weekly, however there may be a one to two-day delay during busy periods. Place leaves at the street curb by 7 a.m. on your recycling day. Note that leaves placed in alleys or mews will not be collected. After the collection period ends, leaves can be placed in biodegradable brown paper bags and left curbside with other recyclables on your weekly collection day.
- Please remove limbs, rocks or other heavy objects from leaf piles.
- Never drive across or park over a leaf pile.
- Do not allow children to play in leaves along the street.
- During periods of potential storm activity, please delay leaf raking until after the effects of the storm have passed.
- Do not rake leaves into gutters or streets. Rake them into grassy areas behind the curb line to allow water to flow into catch basins. This will help prevent the basins from clogging and will help prevent street flooding. Assistance moving leaves already in gutters to grassy areas would be greatly appreciated.
- The burning of leaves is not allowed in the City.
Brush & Branches
Collected when placed at the curb on your recycling day, laid straight, tied in bundles or placed in biodegradable brown paper bags. Items must be no more than 4 inches in diameter and 6 feet in length, and weigh no more than 40 pounds.
Grass Clippings & Other Yard Trimmings
Collected when placed at the curb on your recycling day in biodegradable brown paper bags.
Holiday Trees are considered yard waste & will be collected following these guidelines.