DANBURY, Conn. -- The City of Danbury’s free Fall Leaf Pick-up Program will begin Oct 21 and run for six weeks.
The city will take leaves bagged in paper leaf bags. The bags should be left at curbside in front of residences Sunday evenings for the City’s Highway Department to pick-up.
Plastic bags, large debris, grass, rocks and dirt will not be picked up.
In addition, branches and limbs will be picked up separately. Limbs must be cut into lengths no longer than 4 feet, no limb may be larger than 4 inches in diameter. Branches must be bundled with twine and weigh no heavier than 35 pounds.
The Leaf Pick-up Program is divided into two sections. Section A is south of I-84 and will begin being picked up the week of Oct. 21 to Oct. 25. Section B is north of I-84 and will be picked up the following week.
This cycle will be repeated three times alternating weeks untl Nov. 29.
Ferris Mulch Products at 6 Plumtrees Road is open for Danbury residents who wish to drop off their own bags or tree and yard debris throughout the year for free. For more information go to website at www.ferrismulchproducts.com.
If you have any questions regarding yard debris pick-up call CityLine 311 at 203-744-4311.
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