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As of this writing (December 2), the curbside leaf pick up has ended. The DPW will rush to convert those trucks to handle salt and plowing. Luckily, for your remaining leaves, there are two more Tuesdays for pickup of yard waste (in tall paper bags or cans with stickers). The yard waste bags can be set at the curb after 4:00 pm Monday but no later than 7:00 am Tuesday. December 13th is the last pickup.
After our pause in branch chipping, as leaf season has ended, the DPW will resume its branch chipping schedule for Wednesdays whenever weather permits. We are already making a change for this coming week to accommodate all those who have had branches out: in addition to today (December 2), we will have the chipper out on MONDAY, December 5th. We will then resume our Wednesday schedule starting on December 14. Please remember that we can accept branches with 2” minimum diameter (up to 6”) and 4’ minimum length. Smaller stuff goes into yard waste collection. This is a safety issue for our staff.
Please contact Lanzo from Lanzo Construction Co. at 954.702.0592 or 478.508.5499 for any questions or concerns.
The November 8th election is over, and the Clerk's Office would like to thank all city staff and election workers for a smooth process. Citizen participation was astounding, with an 80% voter turnout!
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As we continue our bulk pickup of leaves in the city, we want residents to be able to plan ahead. With that in mind, we offer the color-coded map here, which shows our planned weekly route and last pickup dates for each section.
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