2015 Fall Leaf Pick Up Schedule

Fall ColorsPlease rake leaves and place in windrows before pick up, or bag leaves to avoid distribution in the streets. Place branches, stones, green vegetation or other foreign objects in the bags. Placing them in windrows will damage the equipment and/or possibly cause injury to the operator. Bagged leaves can be picked up on Tuesday trash days.

Monday, Oct. 26: Oak, Lynn, Sycamore, Maple and numbered streets from Oak-Maple Avenues

Tuesday, Oct. 27: Walnut, Central, Cedar/Kenton, Jasmine and numbered streets from Walnut-Jasmine Avenues

Wednesday, Oct. 28: Island View

Monday, Nov. 2: Laurel, Vine, Peach, Plum and numbered streets from Laurel-Plum Avenues

Tuesday, Nov. 3: Cherry, Elm, Poplar and numbered streets from Cherry Avenue-Fence

Wednesday, Nov. 4: Island View

Monday, Nov. 9: Oak, Lynn, Sycamore, Maple and numbered streets from Oak-Maple Avenues

Tuesday, Nov. 10: Walnut, Central, Cedar/Kenton, Jasmine and numbered street from Walnut-Jasmine Avenues

Wednesday, Nov. 11: Island View

Monday, Nov. 16: Laurel, Vine, Peach, Plum and the numbered streets from Laurel-Plum Avenues

Tuesday, Nov. 17: Cherry, Elm, Poplar and numbered streets from Cherry Avenue-Fence

Wednesday, Nov. 18: Island View

Monday, Nov. 23: Oak, Lynn, Sycamore, Maple and numbered streets from Oak-Maple Avenues

Tuesday, Nov. 24: Walnut, Central, Cedar/Kenton, Jasmine and numbered streets from Walnut-Jasmine Avenues

Wednesday, Nov. 25: Island View

Monday, Nov. 30: Laurel, Vine, Peach, Plum and numbered streets from Laurel-Plum Avenues

Tuesday, Dec. 1: Cherry, Elm, Poplar and numbered streets from Cherry Avenue-Fence

Wednesday, Dec. 2: Island View

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