Fall Leaf Pick Up
The City's program pickup of bagged leaves will begin on Monday, November 13th, concluding on Monday, December 4th. City crews will be picking up leaves only one time. A detailed schedule of pickup days and locations is listed below. For questions, contact the Street Superintendent, Tony Falgien, at 719.269.9027.
Again this year, residents who wish to have their leaves picked up must bag their leaves due to federally mandated stormwater regulations. Leaves may no longer be raked into the gutter for loose pickup by the City. Bagged leaves should be placed on the property owner’s property near the curb, NOT in the street or the gutter as in past years. No loose leaves will be picked up by the City, and raking leaves into the street and gutter is a violation of water quality regulations for which property owners may be ticketed.
Residents who have their leaves bagged, but do not wish to wait until the scheduled pickup, can drop the bags at the Public Works Facility at 1525 South 9th Street between 7 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, starting Monday, November 6th. All leaves must be bagged and should be dropped in the posted area, no drop-offs will be accepted during off-business hours.
Leaf Pickup Schedule
The schedule may change subject to inclement weather.
1st – 5th Streets from Macon Avenue to Pike Avenue
Nov. 14th – 15th
5th – 6th Streets from Macon Avenue to Harding Avenue
Nov. 16th – 17th
7th – 9th Streets from Macon Avenue to Candlewood Drive–Skyline Loop
Nov. 20th – 21st
10th – 11th Streets from Macon Avenue to Monroe Avenue
Nov. 22nd – 28th
12th – 19th Streets from Main Street to Harding/Central Avenues
Nov. 29th – Dec. 1st
• Fremont Drive – Central Avenue from 19th Street to Raynolds Avenue to include Central Avenue, North to the City limits
• East Main from Cameron Avenue to Raynolds Avenue and Highway 50 to Fowler Avenue
From the Arkansas River to Highland Avenue from Logan Street to Grape Street