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Posted on: October 7, 2020

Loose Leaf Collection 2020-2021

Loose Leaf Schedule 2020-2021

LOOSE LEAF COLLECTION 2020-2021


The City of Eden will begin its annual loose-leaf collections October 5, 2020 and end on March 5, 2021. The leaf collection schedule is as follows, except for parts of the Central Area (Stadium Drive towards Kings Highway), Highland Drive and Dameron Street. These areas are targeted for collection on Wednesdays.

The following schedule is the plan but weather, equipment and the amount of debris that is out for collection may alter the schedule at times.
**Monday will be leaf collection day for the newly annexed Northridge area.
**Friday's garbage collection and leaf collection is scheduled to run on the same day for the following areas: beginning at N.C. Hwy 135 and N.C. 770 (taking in all streets on both sides of Hwy 135 to Harrington Highway-including all streets in Indian Hills and both sides of Brammer Road from N.C. Hwy 135 to N.C. 770); Harrington Highway from N.C. Hwy 135 to N.C. 770 (taking in both sides of Harrington Highway and both sides of Bedding Field Road to the dead end on the Fire Department side); and N.C. 770 from Harrington Highway's right side back to N.C. Hwy 135.

GARBAGE COLLECTION DAY

LEAF COLLECTION DAY

MONDAY COLLECTIONSPICKED UP ON TUESDAY
TUESDAY COLLECTIONSPICKED UP ON MONDAY
WEDNESDAY COLLECTIONSWILL REMAIN THE SAME
THURSDAY COLLECTIONSPICKED UP ON FRIDAY
FRIDAY COLLECTIONSPICKED UP ON THURSDAY


Leaves must be at curbside by 7:00 A.M. on your collection day. Leaves to be collected should not be placed in the traveled portion of the roadway as traffic would be impeded. Place leaves at a location away from any objects such as parked cars, low hanging tree limbs, power/phone/cable lines, catch basins or drainpipes. It is important that leaves are not placed in the actual ditch-line to prevent potential flooding caused by such a practice. 

Sticks, rocks, bricks, or any foreign type objects should be kept out of the leaves for pick-up as these type objects delay the collection process and can cause severe damage to the collection equipment.

Residents are encouraged to retain leaves on their property and compost when possible by implementing a “backyard composting project.” Residents wanting leaves for gardening purposes should contact the City of Eden’s Street Division for information on signing up for delivery of leaves by the truck load.

For additional information regarding leaf collection services, contact Darren Gatewood, Superintendent, Street Division at 627-7783 ext. 102, or Public Works at 336-627-7783 ext. 106 or 108.

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