Leaf collection set in Norwalk

Collection will begin Tuesday and occur on day following residents' trash day. Leaves must be placed on the curb where trash is picked up.
Scott Seitz2
Nov 11, 2012

The city of Norwalk leaf collection will begin on Tuesday.

Leaves will be collected on the same routes as trash collection. Leaves will be picked up on the day following your trash day. If your trash day is Monday, your leaves will be picked up on Tuesday, if your trash day is Tuesday, your leaves will be picked up on Wednesday, etc. If your trash day is Friday, your leaves will be picked up on the following Monday, the last day of pickup.

Leaves cannot be mixed with brush, sticks, yard waste or trash. Mulched leaves cannot be picked up.

Leaves in bags will not be picked up.

Leaves must be placed on the curb where trash is picked up.

Leaves must be within 6 feet of curb.

Leaves must be on curb by 7:30 a.m. on the scheduled day of pickup.

Leaves behind parked cars cannot be picked up.

Leaves will be picked up only once.

Residents with leaf piles not in compliance will receive a letter notifying them of the reason their leaves were not collected.

Leaves, yard waste and brush can be taken to the city's compost facility. These materials are composted on site. In the spring the resulting compost is available at no cost to residents. The compost facility is open through the end of November from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The compost facility, located behind Baines Park, is free to city residents. Residents need to bring proof of residency.

Comments

jack langhals

Great Service,thanks,taxpayers !