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General Services

  1. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 16, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  2. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 19, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  3. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 19, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  4. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 20, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  5. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 20, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  6. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 21, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  7. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 21, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  8. Trash Holiday - Thanksgiving Day

    November 22, 2018 - November 24, 2018

    Thanksgiving Day is a trash holiday. Trash and recycling collection for Thursday, November 22, 2018 will be postponed until Friday. Collection for Friday will be delayed until Saturday.

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  9. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 22, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  10. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 22, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  11. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 23, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  12. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 23, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  13. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 26, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  14. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 26, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  15. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 27, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  16. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 27, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  17. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 28, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  18. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 28, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  19. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 29, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  20. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 29, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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  21. Bagged Fall Leaf Collection

    November 30, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    New this year, we will have three weeks of bagged fall leaf collection run simultaneously with the last weeks of bulk fall leaf collection. Starting November 19th and continuing through December 7th, residents participating in bagged collection must have leaves at the curb in biodegradable yard waste bags and/or rigid containers labeled "leaves" by 7:00 a.m. each Monday during bagged collection. Bagged leaf collection will not coincide with trash collection. Leaves must be out to the curb by Monday morning regardless of your trash collection day since leaves could be collected at any time during the week. Unlike bulk collection, bagged collection will not end early in the event of winter weather. Any remaining leaves can now be bagged up during the last three weeks of collection since crews will not be returning to areas already collected for bulk collection.

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  22. Bulk Fall Leaf Collection

    November 30, 2018, 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rake your leaves loosely to the curb to participate in our bulk fall leaf collection. Have leaves ready by the start of the program on October 29th to not miss collection. Crews only have time to collect leaves once from each area, focusing on residential roads with drainage areas. We will have three crews using leaf vacuums to collect leaves at different areas of the city as weather permits through December 7th. Crews will not return to a location already collected. Our Fall Leaf Collection Map will become active once collection starts to display areas crews have finished collecting. Unpredictable leaf volumes and weather conditions make it not possible to know when areas will receive collection, so be ready! The only area that has a scheduled collection is the area around Concord High School in coordination with the Veteran's Day holiday school closure. Residents can get rid of any remaining leaves by participating in our new bagged leaf collection starting on November 19th.

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