The Annual Fall-Winter Leaf Collection Program by the City of Fredericksburg began on Monday, October 19, 2020, and end on Friday, January 29, 2021. During this program, residents are encouraged to gather leaves from their property and rake them to the street.
Residents are reminded of the following guidelines which will ensure pick up:
- Rake leaves onto the street, 12 inches from the curb.
- Do not rake limbs, twigs, wire, rocks, bricks, or other debris along with the leaves for collection. Any items other than leaves that are picked up will damage the leaf collection equipment and will not be picked up for that reason. If you cannot remove the debris from your leaf pile, please call the City of Fredericksburg Street Department to make arrangements for a special pick up using a loader and dump truck. There will be a minimum $100 fee for this service.
- Avoid parking vehicles near leaf piles. The collection equipment cannot maneuver around vehicles and will not be able to pick up leaves.
- Remember that leaves mixed with limbs, grass clippings, and other debris will not be picked up.
- GRASS CLIPPINGS WILL NOT BE PICKED UP.
The City Leaf Collection Program is not a year-round service. The City offers this service twice a year, free of charge, to all residential garbage customers to encourage community beautification.
If leaves are put out after January 29, 2021, the resident will be notified to properly dispose of their leaves. If leaves are not disposed of, the following fees will be assessed based on service provided according to Code of Ordinances Section 25-025:
- $100 for each dump truck size load or part thereof.
*Spring Leaf Pick Up is tentatively scheduled to begin in March 2021.
Questions may be directed to the City of Fredericksburg Street Department at 997-7521.