To participate, residents rake leaves into the street next to the curb in front of a house by 6 a.m. on the first day of each of the three leaf collection cycles. Care should be taken to avoid storm drains. The collection cycles begin on:
- Monday, October 21 Monday, November 4 Monday, November 18
Depending on the weather, it will take crews approximately two weeks to complete each citywide collection cycle. Crews will collect leaves in front of each home once during each two-week collection cycle.
An interactive map will be available at www.naperville.il.us/leafcollection for residents to track progress of the collection cycles. Residents can also sign up for the City's notification system Naper Notify at www.napernotify.com to receive leaf collection information via a phone call, text message, email or smartphone app.
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Residents should note the following:
- Snow, rain or freezing weather may significantly delay or permanently halt curbside leaf collection. If snow is forecast, leaf collection may end or be significantly delayed. Residents should dispose of remaining leaves through the City's weekly yard waste collection program. Leaf volume and weather uncertainties make it impossible for the City to guarantee curbside leaf collection on a specific day. Rake leaves to the street during every collection cycle, even if it is a small amount. This helps prevent the final collection crews from having the largest quantity to pick up when snow is the most probable and timing is crucial. Avoid placing items other than leaves in leaf piles. Branches, twigs, lumber, rocks and other items buried in leaf piles can cause mechanical breakdown of equipment, delay the collection process and increase the cost of the program. Rake leaves away from storm drains to prevent flooding. The mechanical curbside leaf collection equipment will leave debris on the street. Street sweeping will begin after curbside leaf collection ends, weather permitting. Residents may choose to sweep up leaf debris and include it in the weekly yard waste collection program.
Once crews have completed the final bulk curbside collection in your area, all remaining leaves must be disposed of through the City's weekly yard waste collection program.
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Free Bagged Leaf and Yard Waste Collection Program
The City's final bulk curbside leaf collection cycle begins on November 18. Leaves remaining after the final collection cycle has ended can be disposed of utilizing the City's free bagged leaf and yard waste collection program from November 4 to December 13.
During this time, residents are not required to use yard waste stickers to dispose of materials placed in 32-gallon paper yard waste bags, clearly marked 32-gallon trash cans or clearly marked two-wheeled carts. "Yard Waste Only" labels are available at the Public Works Service Center, 180 Fort Hill Drive, for purposes of clearly marking receptacles containing yard waste. Place yard waste at the curb by 6 a.m. on your normal trash collection day.
Branches and other yard waste that are tied into bundles require a yard waste sticker at all times. Prior to November 4, a yard waste sticker is required on each bag, can, cart or bundle placed out for collection.
All yard waste collection ends for the year on December 13. This includes the City's yard waste/organics collection program that allows residents to bypass bagging and stickers by utilizing a provided cart to dispose of food waste/organics and yard waste for a monthly fee paid to Groot Industries.
Yard waste collection will begin again on March 16, 2020.
For more information on the bulk curbside leaf collection or bagged leaf and yard waste collection programs, visit www.naperville.il.us/leafcollection.
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