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City to start loose leaf collection on Nov. 7th

The Reidsville Public Services Department began curbside loose leaf pick-up on November 7th, 2022. Please place loose leaves in your yard, near the curb, or edge of pavement (away from storm drains or parked cars). Do not place leaves in the traveled portion of the roadway. The schedule will vary when volume is extremely heavy and for holidays.

Sticks, brush, and any other foreign objects must be removed from your loose leaves as this delays the collection process and can severely damage our collection equipment. Piles found to contain these objects will not be collected until cleared of debris.

Residents are encouraged to retain leaves on their property and compost when possible.

This service will end the week of January 3, 2023. After your collection day that week you must bag your leaves to be collected by the Solid Waste Department. If you have questions about this service, please call 349-1070 from 7:00 – 3:30 Monday through Friday.

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