HEADLINES

Stamford’s Leaf Pickup program will begin on November 12

The City will continue to permit residents to place their leaves curbside for the 2020 fall season. 

Only loose leaves that are left curbside will be collected. Please make sure that your loose leaves are not on the road or blocking the sidewalk, as this may result in removal costs and fines. If residents choose to bag their leaves, they may be placed on the road by the curb, provided they do not block sight lines or interfere with traffic.

As in previous years, please do not put brush, dirt or debris in leaf piles or bags.  If it is determined that your piles of leaves or bags are not in compliance, they will not be picked up by the city. If you see leaves that are not in compliance with city ordinance, you can report it on Fixit Stamford. On heavily parked streets, the city will be posting temporary no parking signage to remove leaves. Please be aware that during this time, illegally parked cars will be ticketed and towed. 

The City encourages all citizens to consider mulching or composting their leaves as a better, more environmentally beneficial alternative. Shredding leaves into lawns or flower beds or collecting leaves in compost piles are ways residents can dispose of leaves in an environmentally friendly matter. Mulching leaves into your lawn will provide you with a natural fertilizer that will improve soil health in a cheap and efficient manner.  It’s easy, green and saves you money.  

This year, the City will also pickup storm debris that is placed alongside leaves. For more information, Click Here

Full schedule and details of leaf pickup are available on the City’s website.

 

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