December 1, 2023

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Tips and schedules for Eugene, Springfield, Lane County 2021 leaf pickup

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Brenda Ormesher blows leaves from her yard in Eugene as fall weather brings color and leaf-covered yards to the Willamette Valley.

Leaf pickup in the Eugene-Springfield space is established to get started.

Autumn has blanketed streets and sidewalks with fallen leaves, an annual nuisance when it comes to basic safety and flooding problems. County and municipal yard-squander pickup needs locals to acquire up the leaves and shop them accurately ahead of they’re eliminated.

Lane County has delivered planning tips and selection schedules:

Leaf planning suggestions

Spots managed by Lane County and Eugene allow leaves to be piled in the roadway if they are at least 15 ft from parked vehicles. People must not bag the leaves.

In Springfield, leaves need to have to be put on the curbside in medium-sized trash baggage containing only leaves. Leaves should really not be piled in bicycle lanes, streets or on curbs.

In county-controlled locations, pickup is offered for paved curb-and-gutter streets only.

In Eugene, leaves will be picked up on unimproved streets if machinery can arrive at the piles from the tricky-highway floor. Leaves are not picked up from in just non-public yards.

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