Leaf Collection & Schedule
Leaves are collected in the spring and fall. The leaf collection schedule is posted in local newspapers and the Fall and Winter/Spring Newark City Municipal e-newsletters.
The city is divided in to five routes that are assigned to the same day each week during the fall and spring. Depending on the quantities and limited equipment, a route will often not be completed on the assigned day. The next week on the same day crews will start on the same route where they left off the previous week.
The city provides leaf collection as a seasonal service to its residents. Spring Leaf Collection begins in mid-March, and continues through early April; Fall leaf collection begins in mid-October and continues through mid-December. All leaves should be raked to the curb, but not into the street, for collection.
Note: Do not rake leaves past the curb. The leaves should be raked into a pile located on the space between the sidewalk and the curb.
|Monday||Center City, from Elkton Road to Marrows Road from Main Street to the northern boundary of Friday's route (including White Chapel)
||Northern portion of the city, north of Main Street and east of West Main Street/Nottingham Road (excluding West Branch and Christianstead). Includes Fairfield, Fairfield Crest, Cleveland Avenue, Lumbrook, Creek Bend, Ridgewood Glen, Paper Mill Farms, Evergreen, Northgate Commons, Stafford, Parkview, The Hunt at Louviers, The Woods at Louviers, Middle Run Meadow, Laura’s Glen, Wyncliff, and Jenney’s Run.
||Area west of Bent Lane and Radcliffe Drive, including Nottingham Green, Pheasant Run, Cherry Hill, Elan, Cherry Hill Manor, Barksdale Estates, Country Hills, Country Place, Abbotsford, and Briarcreek.
||Oaklands, Nottingham Manor, College Park, Westfield, West Branch, Newark Preserve, Christianstead, Timber Creek, Woodmere, and Stone Spring.
||Southern area of the City, including Devon, Binns, Twin Lakes, Arbour Park, Silverbrook, Yorkshire, Yorkshire Woods, Cobblefield, and Cannon's Gate.
If you have any questions regarding the Leaf Collection Program, please call the Public Works and Water Resources Department.