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Beginning in November the City‘s Public Works Crews will be out in your neighborhoods collecting leaves. The Curbside Leaf Program helps reduce flooding caused by leaves clogging storm drains.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that piles of leaves in the street are tempting to young kids to play in and motorists to drive through. Parents, please inform your children of the dangers of playing in or around roadways at all times and encourage street smarts and safety with your family and neighbors.
Click on the supporting document link below for a downloadable map with the dates we will be in your neighborhood.
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To experience the full benefit of the program and assist the crews in collecting as many leaves as possible please follow these guidelines:
The City’s Street Sweeper will NOT pick-up piles left behind when he rolls through town at the end of each month. Please do your best to ensure that the City crews can gather as many leaves as possible prior to his schedule.
If you missed your scheduled pick up dates, or want to dispose of your leaves early, the City will have Central Drop-off’s at the Public Works Yard 15527 SW Willamette Street (next to the Fieldhouse). With a donation of 2 or more cans of non-perishable food for the Helping Hands local food bank you can bring your leaves on the following Saturdays, November 23rd, December 7th, and December 21st from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM.
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