- We collect plain leaves and lawn thatch only. Bagged leaves will not be collected. Other items we don't collect include grass clippings, root balls, sticks, branches, pumpkins, corn stalks, and other solid objects. These items will damage or plug the leaf vacuum equipment and delay leaf collection for everyone. Leaf piles co-mingled with other waste will not be collected.
- Leaves and lawn thatch should be raked next to the curb on the grass in long narrow rows. The rows should not be closer than four feet to any object that will prevent us from collecting your leaves. Leaves need to be within seven feet of the curb or edge of road in order to be collected.
- Please do not rake leaves into the street. This will plug storm inlets and pipes and may cause flooding. Leaves and grass entering inlets and storm sewers is bad for the environment as it adds phosphorus to water and causes algal blooms in streams, rivers, and lakes.
- Residents may drop off leaves, grass, sticks, branches, garden waste, and other organic compostable waste in the designated area at the Public Works Facility, located at 1336 Cornell Road. The site is available 24 hours per day throughout the year.
- You live in the zone that corresponds to your trash pickup day (Monday trash is Zone 1, Tuesday is 2 and so on).
- The order of collection is Zone 1 first, then Zone 2, Zone 3, Zone 4 and Zone 5. When one round is completed (Zones 1 through 5), another round of collection will start.
- Look for the zone number with the latest completed collection date below. Leaf collection will be occurring in the next sequentially numbered zone. Occasionally, we may jump one zone ahead due to garbage cans creating obstructions, and the following day we drop back to the scheduled leaf collection zone.
- It typically takes one or two weekdays to complete leaf collection in a single zone, assuming all three trucks are running.You can get an idea of our collection speed by noting the number of days in between completed dates in each zone.
(Click on the map above for a detailed view of boundaries)
Zone 1: Oct 20, Oct 24, Nov 2, Nov 13, Nov 20, Nov 28 Done for season
Zone 2: Oct 16, Oct 23, Oct 30, Nov 15, Nov 21, Nov 28 Done for season
Zone 3: Oct 18, Oct 25, Nov 4, Nov 17, Nov 22, Nov 30 Done for season
Zone 4: Oct 21, Oct 27, Nov 7, Nov 18, Nov 27, Nov 30 Done for season
Zone 5: Oct 21, Oct 27, Nov 9, Nov 19, Nov 27, Nov 30 Done for season
THIS IS THE FINAL WEEK FOR CURBSIDE LEAF COLLECTION! The trucks will make one more pass through Zones 1 through 5 this week, and then will convert the trucks to snowplows for the winter. If leaves are not to the curb when the trucks come through this week, they will not be able to come back. However, the Public Works Yard Waste Site is open 24/7/365 for residents to bring their leaves, brush and other yard waste for disposal.
NOTE: The leaf trucks may periodically switch zones so as not to impede garbage/recycling collection.