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Leaf and Brush Pick Up

Yard Waste Pick Up:
From April 11, 2020 to May 25, 2020, residents may place leaves and brush at the streets edge for the City to pick up. Placement of brush and leaf piles at the streets edge can only occur during this time frame.

Brush and leaf piles must be placed into separate piles.

The leaf piles need to be within 3 feet of the edge of the road for the vacuums to reach. Leaf piles cannot be placed near utility poles, guy wires, hydrants, mail boxes or other obstructions. The leaves need to be placed close to the edge of the road, but cannot block storm drains which can cause flooding.

Brush must not exceed 4 inches in diameter and be from the property owners regular trimming and yard clean up, not from a contracted tree removal service. Brush shall not contain trash, vines, building materials, dirt stumps or roots.

On Monday of each week during this time frame the City will begin on the main streets and then move onto the side streets throughout the week.

Year Round Yard Waste Drop Off Site at the Department of Public Works (691 Airway Drive):
The City will provide an area to drop off yard waste bags and brush throughout the year at the City’s Public Works facility at 691 Airway Drive. Yard waste bags must be paper bags and only contain grass leaves and other foliage which will decompose in compost piles. Brush cut by the property owner, fallen limbs and branches and Christmas trees may be dropped off for chipping. Branches must not exceed 4 inches in diameter. You can drop leaf and brush at this site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Fall Leaf Pick Up:
From  October 3, 2020 through December 29, 2020,  residents may place leaves at the streets edge for the City to pick up. Placement of leaf piles at the streets edge can only occur during this time frame during the fall.

The leaf piles need to be within 3 feet of the edge of the road for the vacuums to reach. Leaf piles cannot be placed near utility poles, guy wires, hydrants, mail boxes or other obstructions. The leaves need to be placed close to the edge of the road, but cannot block storm drains which can cause flooding.

On Monday of each week during this time frame the City will begin on the main streets and then move onto the side streets throughout the week.

Christmas Tree Pickup:
Christmas trees will be picked up at the curbside between December 27, 2020 and January 10, 2021 as the weather allows.

Storm Event Pick Up:
The City will announce special brush pickups after high wind storms on an as needed basis.

Spring and Fall Cleanups:
The City provides spring and fall cleanups for waste disposal, tire, and metal recycling. Cleanups will be advertised in the newspaper the week prior to the event, and on the City Notices page.

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