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2019 LEAF COLLECTION SCHEDULE

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The 2019 leaf collection for Maumee residents will begin the week of October 21 in District A, B & C.  The City is divided into four districts.  If there is a significant leaf drop prior to the posted schedule, the City may begin work earlier.  

On-street parking and portable basketball hoops cause problems in collecting leaves.  Please avoid parking on the street and move your basketball hoop to your driveway when your district is scheduled for collection.

During the leaf collection season, leaves, NOT grass or sticks, should be placed behind the curb or just off the edge of the pavement on uncurbed streets, within six (6) feet of the pavement, in front of your own property, by the Sunday before a districts pick up week.  Property owners must obtain another property owners permission to deposit leaves on adjacent property.  It may take two passes to pick up all the leaves.  Do not place leaves on the pavement as they could block and plug sewers

DISTRICT A:
OCTOBER 21 - 25, 2019
NOVEMBER 4 - 8, 2019

The area between the Anthony Wayne Trail and the Maumee River and WEST of Key St. through Uptown beyond I-475 and including the area WEST of Ford St. and SOUTH of Illinois Ave. to I-475 and N. Jerome Rd.

DISTRICT B:
OCTOBER 21 - 25, 2019
NOVEMBER 12 - 15, 2019

The area between the Anthony Wayne Trail and the Maumee River EAST of Key St. to the city limits at the Ohio Turnpike

DISTRICT C:
OCTOBER 21 – 25, 2019
NOVEMBER 18– 22, 2019

The triangle area NORTH of the Anthony Wayne Trail, EAST of Key St., and to the city limits at the Ohio Turnpike.

DISTRICT D:
OCTOBER 28 – NOVEMBER 1, 2019
NOVEMBER 25 – 27, 2019

The area NORTH of the Anthony Wayne Trail, WEST of Key St., EAST of I-475 and SOUTH of the Ohio Turnpike, not including the area WEST of Ford St. and SOUTH of Illinois Ave. to I-475.

FINAL CITY-WIDE CLEAN-UP - DECEMBER 2-6, 2019

  • All dates are approximate.  Holidays, weather, events, breakdowns and day to day operations will cause adjustments to the schedule.
  • A supervisor will check to make sure all leaf piles were collected.  Leaves put out after final clean-up will not be picked up and the homeowner will be responsible for removal.