Here is the schedule:
Oct. 29 through Nov. 2 for homes north of Royalton Road
Nov. 5 through Nov. 9 for homes south of Royalton Road
Nov. 12 through Nov. 16 north of Royalton Road
Nov. 19 through Nov. 21 south of Royalton Road
Leaves should be on the curb on the first day of the collection week. Crews will make one pass of each street during the collection week.
Leaves should not be bagged. They should be piled no more than 5 feet from the roadway, but not in the street or drainage ditches.
The piles should not contain branches, tree limbs, metal or anything else that could damage the leaf-collecting equipment.
The leaves are taken to state-approved composting sites.
Brush collection will temporarily halt during leaf collection. Residents can still bundle their brush into 3-foot sections and leave out on trash day, or take them to the transfer station at City Hall on Foltz Parkway.
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