FEBRUARY SCHEDULE (Dates are subject to change due to weather and equipment)

City Leaf Crews are finishing up in Area Four (North of W. Broad/W. Front St. and west of N. Center St.).

The crews will then begin working their way around the City finishing up for this year's leaf season.

If you have loose leaves on the curb after Saturday, Feb. 24,  please report your address at 704-878-3415.

The Sanitation Department will pick up leaves which are bagged and placed on the curb year-round.

CLICK HERE for guidelines and recommendation for curbside leaf collection.
CLICK HERE for a Map of the Areas
CLICK HERE to learn how you can make leaf collection goes easier!!

ADA Compliance
If anyone needs information in an alternative format or requires a reasonable accomodation for City communications services/programs, please contact, Lynn Smyth, ADA Coordinator at 704.878.3588.

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