2020 Fall Brush and Leaf Pick Up

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fall-cleanup-3Fall Cleanup begins mid-October!

It will soon be that time of year for the City of Three Rivers residential brush and leaf pickup!
Brush and leaf pick up dates and a map of the City’s districts are detailed below…
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Brush Pickup

City residents may begin placing brush on their terraces.  The Department of Public Service (DPS) crews will begin picking up brush starting on Monday, October 12.  Brush will be picked up by district as follows…

FALL BRUSH SCHEDULE:

  • Third District –  Monday, October 12th
  • First District – Tuesday, October 13th
  • Fourth District – Wed., October 14th
  • Second District – Thurs., October 15th

We will only pick up brush ONCE, so needs to be on your terrace by 7:00 am on or before your day of pick up.  For a detailed calendar for Fall Brush & Leaf dates (Oct.-Dec.), click here.

PLEASE NOTE:  Brush Pickup is for brush ONLY…
** Brush mixed with leaves will not be picked up! **
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Leaf Pickup

City residents may place leaves in the streets beginning Monday, October 19th, at which point crews will begin picking up leaves.  Please do not place leaves in the street before October 17th or after the last pickup date for each district (listed below).  Barring inclement weather or any other unanticipated events, leaf pickup throughout the city will continue through December 7th, with final collection dates by district as follows…

FINAL LEAF COLLECTION DATES (by District):

  • Third District – out by morning of November 23rd
  • First District – out by morning of November 30th
  • Fourth District – out by morning of December 2nd
  • Second District – out by morning of December 7th

For a detailed calendar for Fall Brush & Leaf dates (Oct.-Dec.), click here.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:

  • Leaves should be placed in the street (not yard) and may placed slightly away from the curb to allow for storm water drainage and ease in leaf collection efforts.
  • Leaves placed in the street prior to the specified date will be subject to a fine.
  • It should be noted that any brush, sod, bricks, rocks, trash or other foreign materials will damage machinery, hamper our ability to perform our pickup, and lead to a visit from the Code Enforcement Officer with a possible citation.
  • Please do not place leaves in street terraces (i.e., the areas between the sidewalk line and the curb, when present) as city equipment cannot pick them up.

DPS offers a compost drop off area for city residents: located at 1015 S. Lincoln Avenue, and is open Monday 7am through Saturday 7pm.  City residents (only) can drop off brush, leaves, grass clippings and garden waste at the compost area.  If you have any questions, please call 273-1845.

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