Note: The start date has been changed to Nov. 13th.
The City of Cleveland today announced a relaunch of its seasonal leaf pick-up program. Residents will see city workers and vehicles in designated neighborhoods from November 13th to December 31st, weather permitting. The convenient program focuses on pick-ups in high leaf-generation areas, reducing the need for residents to manually collect leaves. View the maps by clicking here.
The renewed program, which was halted in 2011 due to budget constraints, is a result of Issue 32 and Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s enhanced budget. It is also part of the mayor’s Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative, a series of programs and legislation focused on improving quality of life for neighborhood residents.
“It is thanks to residents in the City of Cleveland for their support of Issue 32 that the reinstatement of this important service is made possible,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “The Leaf Pick-Up Program is one of many city services renewed by…
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