The beauty of fall leaves us with lots of leaves to rake and the city helps with the collection.
The announced from the Mayor Lovely A. Warren office state that City Department of Environmental Services crews will collect leaves from city streets Monday, Nov. 4 through Friday, Nov. 22.
“We’ve decided to begin our leaf pickup operations one week later than usual and to complete the work in the shorter period than in previous years,” said Mayor Warren. “We’re adapting to our changing weather patterns to provide better service to our residents.”
Homeowners can view the fallen leave pickup routine for their address by using a brand-new interactive map at www.cityofrochester.gov/leaves. The collection timetable is likewise in the City’s At Your Service Overview mailed to city residences recently.
For most reliable collection leaves, we ask citizens to rake loosened fallen leaves into a pile in between the walkway and the curb by 7 a.m. on the Monday of their arranged collection week.
Leaves may likewise be bagged for collection on homeowners’ routine refuse collection days. Loose fallen leaves can additionally be handed over at Ferrano and also Colfax Streets. It is dangerous and prohibited to rake fallen leaves right into the street.
Residents may call 311 for more information.